Register for Off-Season Events

We’ve got an exciting calendar of FRC off-season events this year. Don’t wait to register your team! 

As a reminder, off-season events are hosted and run by FRC teams, not FIRST Washington. This means each events participation requirement, fees, and timelines may vary. 

All events will utilize the previous season’s game, CRESCENDO.

We will continue to share registration details for events as they become available.

Event Registration Links: 

20 - 22

Block Party

Block Party

Date Sep 20 - 22, 2024Venue Henry Jackson High SchoolOrganizer Team 2910 Jack in the Bot
18 - 19

Storm Surge

Storm Surge

Date Oct 18 - 19, 2024Venue Skyview High SchoolOrganizer Team 2811 StormBots

Interested in Bunny Bots? Let us Know!

BunnyBots was developed by Team 1540 Flaming Chickens mentors and alumni and provides a way for FRC teams and new FRC members to gain vital skills before the build season.

For many students, this is their first experience making an FRC-quality robot. Bunny Bots is a light-hearted 1 day contest, focused on team and skill development.  The BunnyBots program aims to develop the technical foundation of rookie members and teach veteran members leadership and project management skills. This program addresses the problem of insufficient rookie training, allowing them to learn machining procedures and design basics to succeed in the intense build season. The game is released in early September, and teams sign up on a first-come, first-served basis. As a training tool, the game rules are loosely based on FRC rules. 


  • Washington Bunny Bots: Either Sat Dec 14th or Sun Dec 15th (depending on interest level) 
  • Oregon Bunny Bots: Dec: 14th 
  • Cost: TBA 
  • Rules will be posted on or around September 1st, as will finalized costs and registration. 
  • Last year’s contest information: 
  • Interest survey: 

Questions? Email 3218 coach Jason Vander Hoek at:

Thank you to all who marched in the Seattle Prdie Parade! 

We had an awesome turnout for our third year participating in Seattle Pride with 12 teams and 3 robots marching!

Thanks to everyone who showed up to celebrate our LGBTQ+ community, and thank you for all that you do every day of the season to support a more inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our FIRST family.  

Looking for guidance on how you can support LGBTQ+ students and mentors? Check out this FIRST blog post 2022, it’s still helpful today! 

 5 Ways to be a Better Ally this Pride Month (and Every Month) (