We'll be at the Boulder Mini Maker Faire this weekend - and so should you!

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We're right in our backyard for this upcoming Maker Faire.

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SparkFun is making the trip to Italy for Maker Faire Rome!

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Join us for a new take on the famous SparkFun soldering booth!

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A few photos and a breakdown of the first White House Maker Faire

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SparkFun gets invited to the White House Maker Faire!

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We'll have a multitude of places you can come say hello at Maker Faire Bay Area!

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This weekend is the first-ever Denver Mini Maker Faire - come say hello!

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We'll be holding a booth at Mini Maker Faire in Denver - come say hi!

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Live in Colorado? Or anywhere even kind of near? Denver Maker Faire is approaching!

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SparkFun Education visits Shelburne, Vermont for the second annual Champlain Mini Maker Faire.

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The Northern Colorado Mini Maker Faire is this weekend - will you join us?

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Come hang out with us at the Northern Colorado Mini Maker Faire!

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We're looking for projects and booths for the NoCo Mini Maker Faire on October 5th.

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Check out this video from Maker Faire New York!

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If you see us out at Maker Faire in New York City, come say hi!

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Help bring Sylvia and her family to Maker Faire New York and the Open Source Summit!

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Check out some footage from our trip to Maker Faire Detroit!

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