Twenty-five young inventors from Idaho will take the National Invention Convention by storm May 28 in at the Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan!  12 of those young inventors are from North Idaho.  The National Invention Convention will host 550 young inventors from across the United States and 9 foreign countries at the largest museum in the U.S., the Henry Ford and Greenfield Village.  In 2018, Idaho received more major awards per number of attendees than any other state, including Best of Show for most innovative invention, won by Quinn Holt of Coeur d’ Alene.

The 2019-2020 inventing season will begin in September, so children in grades 1-12 are encouraged to use their creative thinking skills and start thinking now of innovative solutions to real world problems.  Learn more about Invent Idaho and how you can become involved at the website

The North Idaho young inventors attending the 2019 National Invention Convention are Rory Spurway, Amiah VanHill, Caleb Torgenson,Bridgett and Lillian McNamee, Quinn Holt, Katherine Barney, Mia Stroh, Grace Gardiner, Roman Lavrador, Gretta McDevitt (pictured above), and Cal McDevitt