Fourth Annual Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire to Take Place April 29

MASHPEE –The fourth annual Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire is taking place on Saturday, April 29 at Mashpee High School.

The free, all-ages event features community members who come together to display their ideas, projects and inventions.

“These maker faires are happening all across the country, and so we just jumped right into it,” said organizer Jim Sullivan.

Over 1,500 participants and 65 exhibitors took part in the faire last year, which included the first Cape-wide robotics contest, stage performances and a Swap-o-Rama clothing upcycling event.

“It’s anything that can be made, so we have people that are doing beads, some people doing photography, woodwork, metal, a lot of electronics, robotics,” said Sullivan. “If it can be made, there will be interest at maker faire.”

Last June, the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire joined other Maker Faire producers and makerspace leaders from around the country at the White House to help kick off the National Week of Making.

By JUSTIN SAUNDERS, CapeCod.com Newscenter

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