Make Gizmos and Gadgets Free Saturday in Hamilton
Hey, this sounds like a fun way to spend some time and to let your imaginations run wild!
Kids and adults alike are invited to the first-ever Bitterroot Maker Fair in Hamilton this Saturday, May 6, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Bitterroot College Gymnasium. The event is free and open to the public.
How cool is this? The Bitterroot Maker Fair will feature hands-on activities, including circuitry, rocket building and robotics. PLUS:
>The Bitterroot FabLab will do live demos of 3-D printing and laser engraving.
>The UM Office of Autonomous Aerial Systems will lead interactive drone demonstrations.
>Local makers and entrepreneurs will share their products and creations.
The Bitterroot Maker Fair is the culmination of a year-long initiative, involving the University of Montana’s spectrUM Discovery Area and Bitterroot College. Educational, fun, a chance to make and to tinker, delightfully nerdy…how can you go wrong? They would love to see you Saturday! If you need to know more, call Holly Truitt, director of spectrUM Discovery on campus at 406-243-4872.