Chattanooga’s GigTank Announces first Mini Maker Fair

(WDEF) Gigtank organizers announced the city’s first Mini Maker fair.
     The fair features everything from robot competitions to hi-tech inventions and workshops that advance the "Do-it-Yourself" culture.
     Organizers want interactive exhibits that highlight sustainable projects.
     But there’s another purpose to holding the fair.
     Grahm Bredemey serves as Mini Maker Fair Director.  He said, "Teaching other people how to  make the things you make.It’s spreading that sense of self awareness that you have in a certain space and sharing that with someone, particularly the youth."
     The event will be held October 11th at the First Tennessee Pavilion.
     It runs from 10 A.M. until 6 P.M.
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