The first-ever White House Maker Faire is coming! On June 18, President Obama will celebrate America’s students and entrepreneurs who are inventing the future by using new tools and techniques to make just about anything in local communities and classrooms. Check out the White House Blog to learn more … and watch the band OK Go discuss why the rise of the Maker Movement represents
Thanks again to all our sponsors who made this event possible!
Doors open at 9:00 a.m.!
12:00 p.m. – Eepy Bird Mentos & Coke Zero Show
3:30 p.m. – Eepy Bird Mentos & Coke Zero Show
5:00 p.m. – Faire closes – we’ll see you next spring!
Find out more by scanning the QR code above!
Makers are coming from across Texas to join Eepy Bird at Tyler Mini Maker Faire THIS Saturday, March 29th! Just a few of the Makers you can look forward to seeing this weekend are:
Austin Tie Dye Company
Red Raider Robotics, VEX Robotics Competition, Dallas Personal Robotics Group, Printer Robot Simple: Extreme Edition, VEX Robotics Competition, UT Tyler Ingenuity Center, North Texas Drone Users Group, TJC Physics, Auto-Fetch, About the Tree Series, RC Legos, 3D printed R/C Tachikoma, Moore Robotics Club, Marty, UT Tyler American Chemical Society, LeTourneau University Engineering, East Texas Gem & Mineral Society, smART Projects, Pagermotors.com, Whitehouse ISD, CNC/3D printer, Squishy Circuits, Percy Wang, Jonathan Kavanaugh, Robert Baker,
Don’t get caught in the rush on Saturday, buy your ticket online through Friday night!
Visit our Eventbrite site to buy your tickets today using any major credit card! Pre-purchased adult tickets are $12 and child tickets are $8 for non DSP members
Blow your friends away as you send this 25-cent rocket hundreds of feet in the air. You can build this easy launcher and rocket with common hardware store items in an afternoon.
All the parts for this simple but impressive air rocket and launcher are cheap and easy to find. Building it is a breeze and the modifications are endless. It’s legal in a big city, reusable, clean, and can be launched even in high winds on a small field.
Believe me, folks are quite taken by the 200- to 300-foot flights fueled by 18 or so bicycle pumps of compressed air. Whether you’re launching on your own or with a whole group of rocketeers, watch the crowds gather … 3, 2, 1, and away!
Bring your rocket to Maker Faire and see how far it will go! Save money on tickets by purchasing them today!
CLICK HERE for Rocket Instructions
CLICK HERE to Purchase Tickets