(TULSA) - Fab Lab Tulsa hosts its second annual Tulsa Mini Maker Faire from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday.
Parents can bring their children to experience the wide range of inventions and creations that come from the artists and entrepreneurs who use Fab Lab Tulsa.
“Our community thrives when our young people take jobs here after they graduate from high school or college,” said Fab Lab Executive Director Nathan Pritchett. “We also thrive when innovators open new businesses, build better products or create art that enhances our region’s culture.”
The day covers a wide variety of events. You can learn how to make a guitar, braid a rug or check out the latest 3-D printing craze. Click HERE for a complete list of makers.
The Tulsa Mini Maker Faire is the local version of an award-winning, family-friendly event celebrating technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, food, sustainability and more.
The one-day festival concept, originated by Make Magazine, provides a showcase for makers ranging from artists to entrepreneurs to display and demonstrate examples of their work and to interact with others about it.
Learn more about the Fab Lab HERE.