What’s on this week at Maker Festival: PA Day at Ladies Learning Code, Make Friends Meet Up, Stitching Blooms & more
We’re half way through our Month of Making – and the Maker Extravaganza is coming up fast – remember to register your free attendance! In the meantime, check out one of the 100+ satellite events that are happening across Toronto. Here’s what’s on this week:
Monday June 27th
Explore crocheting and the Japanese art of amigurumi by making these cute, stuffed toys in a two-hour class!
Attend the first 3D Hubs Scanner Party in Toronto! Scan objects, or get yourself a 3D selfie bust scan, and enjoy drinks and snacks.
Meet other tech folks and enthusiasts of all experience levels at a HackerNest Tech Social!
Tuesday June 28th
Learn about 3D printing and how to print your own designs on the Mississauga Library’s own 3D printer!
Listen to speakers and panel discussions on creative uses of technology in this monthly gathering of of developers, designers, makers and creators with CreateInTO!
Wednesday June 29th
Portuguese filmmaker Ricardo Leite will present a screening of his work and a talk on his on-going project in advancing ecological alternatives to the industrial chemicals used to develop film.
Thursday June 30th
Get techie at Ladies Learning Code this PA Day – where younger ones will get a chance to tinker, code and adventure to different technology organizations in the city.
Head down to Graven Feather on Queen West and get treated to a lovely little workshop where you’ll get to make and take home your very own embroidered blooms.
If you’ve ever wanted an opportunity to meet up casually with some folks from the maker community in a welcoming space – head down to Assembly this Thursday night and Make Friends.