From the first rocket launch to the last flying pineapple, the fourth annual Eugene Mini Maker Faire was a spectacular success! Thanks to everyone who attended, big thanks to the 100+ makers who showed off their work, huge thanks to our local sponsors, and GIANT thanks to the Science Factory staff and to the volunteer members of our planning committee who pitched in to make it happen! (If you’d like to contribute to next year’s effort, please e-mail me to get more information about joining our planning committee.)
We’ve got lots of great pictures on our Facebook page, and I’ve included links to other makers’ accounts below. In the meantime, if you can’t wait till next year to get into the fun of making, there’s lots of things you can do! Stop by the Science Factory every day during the summer and try out our new Build, Tinker, Make, Create exhibition. Or check out our summer camps on robotics, engineering, and lots of other great topics. Visit Eugene Maker Space during one of their Open Hack Nights every Tuesday and Friday. Follow the Eugene Public Library’s progress in creating their brand new Maker Hub. Most importantly, go out and make something! You’ve got just under one year to get your project ready to show off for the 2016 Eugene Mini Maker Faire!
— Eugene Maker Faire (@EUGMakerFaire) June 13, 2015
— Spotkin Education (@spotkinedu) June 18, 2015