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Explore your Curiosity at Maker Faire Cleveland

On Saturday, November 2, the Library will host a FREE hands-on event featuring cutting edge technology at a cool new location

 

OCTOBER 3, 2019 (CLEVELAND, OH) — Tap into your creative side, explore your curiosity and get inspired at the 7th annual Maker Faire Cleveland. The Cleveland Public Library is hosting the FREE family-friendly event on Saturday, November 2 from 

10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Great Lakes Science Center. This year's event is bigger and better than ever. Thanks to a new partnership with the Great Lakes Science Center, Maker Faire is no longer mini. It's taking over the science center with a full day of games, experiments, projects and FUN!

 

Maker Faire celebrates innovation and provides hands-on, interactive fun of all ages. From engineers to artists to scientists and crafters, "Makers" will show off their gadgets and mind-blowing inventions. "Maker Faire Cleveland brings together some of the best inventors and thinkers from all over the country. Every year, the event gets bigger and better and we invite everyone to attend this event and find inspiration,"says Felton Thomas, Jr., Executive Director of Cleveland Public Library. "

 

Highlights at this year's Maker Faire Cleveland include fire, explosives, bowling and slime. Participants will feel the heat during Larchmere Fire Works' interactive hot glass demo. That's 2200º of beauty. For gamers, there's BOMBFEST, a video game about sumo wrestlings with explosives. Try your hand at Skeeball and bowling in one great game called SkeeBowling when it rolls into the Science Center with 10 lb bowling balls. And, who doesn't love slime? Get dirty and learn how to make and decorate slime.

 

The Cleveland Public Library is bringing TechCentral to the Science Center. Our display will allow visitors' minds to run wild as they design and build using LEGO blocks and K-Nex sets in our ConstructionCentral. Our MakerSpace will also put your competitiveness and teamwork on display with our giant Obelisk Board game.  "...quote from TechCentral here"  

 

Additionally, the NASA Glenn Research Center will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landing with its interactive exhibit which explores the skills needed to blast off to outer space. Visitors can also enjoy workshops and additional offerings at this year's event including drones, robots, 3D instruments and more. 

 

Registration is required for this FREE event. For registration and a full list of activities, visit https://cleveland.makerfaire.com

 

 

About Cleveland Public Library  

Founded in 1869, the Cleveland Public Library serves the residents of Cleveland through its network of 27 neighborhood branches, the Main Library downtown, Public Administration Library at City Hall, homebound delivery services, and mobile services to daycare and senior centers. From a collection of 10.5 million items, the Library lends over 5 million items a year to its 330,000 registered borrowers and to 43 other CLEVNET-member libraries in 12 counties across Northeast Ohio. Cleveland Public Library is home to the Ohio Center for the Book and the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled, serving all 88 counties in the state of Ohio. For more information, visit www.cpl.org.  

   

In 2019, Cleveland Public Library will celebrate its 150th anniversary as The People’s University, the center of learning for a diverse and inclusive community. A year-long series of events are planned to mark Cleveland Public Library’s 150 years of service to the city of Cleveland. All CPL 150 events will be free and open to the public, so that all Clevelanders may participate regardless of personal circumstances.  

 

About Great Lakes Science Center 

Great Lakes Science Center, home of the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, makes science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) come alive for more than 300,000 visitors a year through hundreds of hands-on exhibits, temporary exhibitions, the Cleveland Clinic DOME Theater, Steamship William G. Mather, daily science demonstrations, seasonal camps, and more. The Science Center is funded in part by the citizens of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Visit GreatScience.com for more information.

 

 

 
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