Julia Robinson Math Festivals (JRMF), held at many locations across the country, are designed to inspire lifelong curiosity for mathematics by instilling a genuine interest in creative problem-solving from an early age.

These festivals, which focus on providing a collaborative, non-competitive atmosphere to explore the joy and power of mathematics, allow young people to develop their talent for mathematics by providing problems, puzzles, and activities that are intriguing and accessible.

To date, Rocky Mountain Math Circle Program has co-hosted four JRMFs: two at the University of Colorado Denver Campus and two at Franktown Elementary.

"I really enjoyed the activities. My favorite one was called "It's Fun." We were able to build all these different things with various shapes. It was a great way express our creativity. -Alexander, 7th Grade