Creatives, engineers, science-lovers, crafter and authors unite: the Greenbrae Mini Maker Faire is back for its second year. Last year brought over 30 makers and 2,000 guests, all with the common aim of learning, and this year is slated to be even bigger. Attendees will be free to view everything from recycling projects to gardeners to robots, all created by Marin-based innovators. 2014 highlights include Autodesk, which provides new tools for educators, Play-Well, which encourages future engineers to learn skills via Lego play, butter-making demonstrations from Straus Family Creamery and many, many more.
The Maker Faire first came to the Bay Area in 2006, providing a space for the curious and imaginative to share findings and new ideas. If you’re interested in getting involved but don’t yet have a project to present, consider volunteering.
If You Go:
September 13, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bon Air Center (Greenbrae)
Tickets: $4/Youth Regular, $6/Adult Regular, $17/Family Regular