An email was just sent out to all the Makers that have registered to participate in the Honolulu Mini Maker Faire. The message was sent out to the email address that was provided to us when you first registered. If you have not received an email, send us an email at HNLMakerFaire(at)gmail.com
We are a week away and this would have been possible without our excellent Sponsors! ’Iolani School, Federal Managers Association, High Technology Development Corporation, Oceanit, Bytemarks Cafe, 88 Tees, Oahu Makerspace, HiCapacity, and SOEST Advanced Network Computing Lab. You can learn more about each on the Sponsors page.
Kau Kau Grill will be selling plate lunches at the event. The food looks fantastic.
If you haven’t done so, please subscribe to the Mini Maker Faire Honolulu Twitter account: @MakerFaireHNL
With one week to go, updates will be sent via Twitter. Also we are working out a game/contest and following the Twitter account may become part of it.
The High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) is sponsoring a free soldering workshop brought to you by HI Capacity. We are opening up 50 seats to anyone (ages 10+) interested in getting a hands-on introduction to soldering with Make’s Learn to Solder Skill Badge kit. Each session will take approx. 30 minutes starting at noon with the last session starting at 4:30 pm.
Sign up here – only limited seating is available.
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The big day is approaching fast! To support the final planning efforts, the last day for Makers to sign up is tomorrow, Tuesday March 4th. Link to the sign up page is on the right.
Have an idea but don’t know how to get started? Oahu Makerspace can help. Wood, metal, electronics, all can come together to get your project going. Our goal is to assist and educate, to help you realize that you can do it. Let’s make it happen!
The High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) has become a sponsor for the Mini Maker Faire! The HTDC is a state agency established by the State Legislature in 1983 to facilitate the development and growth of Hawaii’s commercial high technology industry and continues to be a great supporter of technology and innovation related activities in Hawaii.
Say it isn’t so! Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, and we have to set a final date for signing up. If you would like to participate as a Maker, the last day to sign up is March 4th! Don’t wait! We don’t want to exclude anyone, but if we hit our max limit, we might have to turn applicants away. That would really be disappointing, since all the projects so far look exciting.