Mini-Maker Fair draws thousands to Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Thousands of people got see the greatest show and tell on earth in Colorado Springs Saturday thanks to the Pikes Peak Library District’s Mini-Maker Fair.

They call it a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. People from all over came to show off their inventions and to also share what they are learning.

“It’s to highlight the maker culture. The maker culture is something that’s very active here in the Pikes Peak Region but there are not a lot of places where they can go and actually come together and show off what they do,” said Sean Anglum, community engagement and outreach officer.

The overall aim of the Mini-Maker Fair is to entertain, inform and connect the community.


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