Robots, rockets, radio broadcasts, and repurposed trash: So much to do and see at Nova Labs’ inaugural NoVa Mini Maker Faire on Sunday, March 16, at South Lakes High and Hughes Middle School campuses.
Join the International Spy Museum and inventors, hackers, crafters, artists, and DIY’ers from across the region as they demonstrate and collaborate with Faire-goers to make things, new inventions, tools, and gadgets, which can often be completed with reusable materials or household items. Don't miss keynote speaker, the former director of the CIA’s Office of Technical Service (OTS) and spy gadget master, Robert Wallace.
Early bird discounts, available at http://bit.ly/1fjnV23, end February 28, 2014. Students are free; adults $10. At the door, tickets will cost $8 for children and $20 for adults.
Along with hands-on projects for adults and kids of all ages, Faire-goers will enjoy food, performances, and a series of short talks. More than 85 booths will feature “Makers” aged 12 to 92. A few of the unusual mix of projects and activities include:
For a list of all scheduled Makers, visit: http://makerfairenova.com/meetthemakers/