Samantha St. Pierre 4 p.m., May 23
San Diego Mini-Maker Faire
The San Diego Mini-Maker Faire is a one-day family-friendly event showcasing local innovation and creativity. Part science fair and part county fair, the Mini-Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering featuring makers of technology, arts, crafts, engineering, food, music, and science projects.
The Faire is a great place to get involved in a hands-on exhibit, learn something new, or show off something you’ve made.
Exhibits at the Faire include robots, rocket launches, crafts, textiles, quad-rotor flying machines, 3D printers, demonstrations, performances, music, and more. See Russell the Electric Giraffe towering 17 feet above the crowd, watch the Two-Bit Circus perform, cheer on the Frisbee-shooting robots. And you can become a maker, too -- build a custom race car, make a marshmallow shooter, or launch your own air rocket.
The San Diego Mini Maker Faire is sponsored by Qualcomm, MakerPlace, the USD School of Engineering, 3D Robotics, and Make magazine.
- When: Saturday, December 7, 2013, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Cost: $8 - $12