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OMG! Seattle, the city in which my apartment resides, is having its first-ever Mini Maker Faire, and I couldn’t be prouder. We’ve been working for long months in secret, planning with the city’s Science Faire Day, scheming layouts, and dreaming big. I’m so happy this has launched and now I can announce it to you all. We’ll be sharing our joy of making (and hopefully corrupting the children) June 2nd and 3rd at Seattle Center.

Let this be a gentle reminder to step away from the internet and go make something. Put on your safety glasses, warm up your glue guns or soldering irons, and tinker with stuff! Make something, even if the only thing you make is a mess. The things you learn making a mess today are the skills you leverage to make something amazing tomorrow. It’s the process that counts. – Christin

Call for Makers: Want to get involved? We’re looking for makers, volunteers, and sponsors.

Willow Brugh

Willow Brugh has been an active participant in the hacker and makerspace community since 2008, giving her purpose towards distributed systems, engaged citizenship, and mutual aid. With heavy involvement in Maker Faire, Random Hacks of Kindness, and the SpaceApps Challenge, Willow’s main skill is “getting out of the way.” She loves seeing how ideals which thrive online, such as transparency and collaboration, manifest in these spaces and events. Willow has also been known to give candy to individuals from more traditional approaches to entice them towards these different models of engagement.


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