9/30-10/1: Nashville Mini Maker Market

Maker Faire started in San Fransisco in 2006 as the brainchild of Make: magazine. Now it’s a worldwide event that organizers call the “Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth.” Basically, it’s a giant fair where people can get together and present stuff they’ve, well, made. Battle bots, racing drones, submarines: you name it, you can show it.

The Nashville edition of the Faire is this Saturday and Sunday at Vanderbilt’s  The Wond’ry. To learn more and to find out how you can show stuff, go go here.

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