The Tulare County Office of Education will hold its inaugural STEM Expo at Lindsay High School from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
The event will give students a chance to exhibit science projects, which will be judged.
The winners will represent Tulare County at the California State Science Fair in Los Angeles.
One hundred twenty projects have already been registered to compete in the student science competition.
Families and friends are also invited to develop science projects of their own and bring them to display in a non-competitive category.
Prior to the student science awards ceremony, NASA scientist Michael Gunson will speak to attendees.