Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Making Makerspace connections at outside events

Well, we went to the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire last Saturday and had a blast.
Our project table of soldering, 3D designing and 3Doodling was constantly busy and we had to force people to give us a lunch break!

Paul Harhen, our Duxbury engineering friend/inventor, showed up in his homemade car that he drove down on the highway. Wow!

Much of the fun was connecting with the other folks at the fair - Chris Connors and his Martha's Vineyard teens, the gentle folks from the Truro and Centerville libraries, and folks who had made their very own 3D printers.

Getting out to non-library events is a must, we feel, to keep up with all the new things coming down the pike.



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