The Maker Expo held this past weekend at the Ignite Institute is an opportunity to engage students in making and inventing. Expo experts and novices in science, technology, even basement tinkerers had their latest creations on display.
The Maker Expo is a community event built on curiosity, collaboration, and resourcefulness. New features this year included an Artist Market, Career Corner, Brick Build Challenge, and Chalk Art Challenge in addition to the presentations and activities focused on robotics, 3-D printing, electronics, coding, and STEM making for which the event is known.
More than 50 schools, companies, and organizations from the tri-state participated.
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