Craft vendors, food galore, free demos, and a 70 foot fire-breathing dragon! You'll find all these and much, much more at the World Maker Faire, taking place this Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY.
Don't miss the BUST Magazine Craftacular's outdoor shopping village for 50+ crafty vendors, awesome demos, special deals, and "The BUST DIY Guide to Life" book signing:
"The BUST DIY Guide to Life" Lab tent: Be the first to get your hands on the new BUST book! Co-authors Debbie Stoller (BUST's editor-in-chief) and Laurie Henzel (BUST's creative director) will be signing advance copies of the book on Saturday, September 17th from 12-2 PM. We'll also be crafting up projects of the book, so stop by to make mozzarella in a microwave, create a cute terrarium, learn to do nail art, and more! Click here to see the full demos schedule.
Loop of the Loom: New York's only hand-weaving studio will be giving hands-on demonstrations of SAORI -- the award-winning Japanese art of weaving -- at their tent all weekend.
Tina Seamonster: Be one of the first ten shoppers to make a purchase at Tina Seamonster's table and score this Zombies are Crap at Knitting tote bag for free (a BUST Magazine Craftacular at World Maker Faire debut!).
House of Reboot: Just say "Reboot or BUST" when making a purchase at House of Reboot's table and receive a 10% discount!
BUST Magazine Free Raffle: Swing by the BUST Magazine Subscriptions and Raffle table for a Craftacular-only subscription deal. Plus, enter the free raffle with goodies from our vendors.
This year's World Maker Faire New York, which features the best of do-it-yourself science and technology, includes over 500 makers. From robots that serve pancakes, scented cartography (a smell map!), and an "art car" decorated with over 250 electromechanical singing fish and lobsters, there's definitely something for everyone.
Buy your tickets now!
Discounted tickets are available at Radio Shack retail locations up through the fair. All tickets include admission to the BUST Magazine Craftacular, World Maker Faire, and the New York Hall of Science.
For directions, fair times, and more information, visit makerfaire.com.
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