Image courtesy Pierce County Library System.

Image courtesy Pierce County Library System.

MakerFest celebrates DIY culture | Pierce County Library System

The Nov. 2 event has everything from science activities and robotics to emergency preparedness and homesteading.

  • Thursday, October 24, 2019 10:45am
  • LifeNews

Coding, robots, 3D printing and more will be on display at the Pierce County Library System’s free MakerFest event Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Agriplex at the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup. All are invited to the hands-on STEAM activities for all ages from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

MakerFest features nearly 50 exhibitors showcasing arts and crafts, technology, robotics, homesteading, health, upcycling, emergency preparedness, science and more.

Participants may stop by for an hour or stay all day and join in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) activities. Attendees can try their talents at spinning yarn on a spinning wheel, working with hand tools, designing games, making a smoothie while riding a bike, and doing and seeing whole lot more. A photo booth with celebrity exhibitors including Star Wars’ R2D2 will also be available.

Learn more about MakerFest and all of the STEAM activities at Pierce County Library at makerfest.pcls.us.


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