Come see the competition Friday March 22nd and Saturday March 23rd, 50 robots playing 3 on 3 Ultimate Frisbee with 120 lbs robots! Nicholson Pavilion on the CWU campus, 8:30-5:00, concessions available. Parking passes required on Friday, parking free on Saturday.
The FRC event is free to the public, take a pit tour, watch the robot competition, get out and dance with the crazy students! It's like rocking rodeo for robots but the people get to have fun also.
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