Over 100 people attended the first Bitterroot Maker Fair at the Bitterroot College UM in Hamilton Saturday.

Families had opportunities to work with electrical circuits, provide colored paths for mobile robots to follow and even play Pac-Man on a big screen.

Others examined the laser cutter and 3-D printers at the college's FabLab. And in front of the building, instruction and flights of a to-of-the-line drone were taking place.

The Maker Fair also had creations from Corvallis Middle School and Daly Elementary School 5th graders. The event was sponsored in part by the Martin Family Foundations and SpectrUM from Missoula.

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A dad and son play Pac-Man. (Steve Fullerton, Townsquare Media)