Camp Pedal Power

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Camp Pedal Power is the place to be if you're interested in turning your good clean Pedal Power into usable juice for amazing music, tasty treats, and other awesome activities. Get inspired to turn your idea into reality!


Virtual Bike

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VirtualBike is a innovative installation that merges a real bike with a realistic but virtual world. Multiple sensors will permit you to interact with this new dimension while exploring new exotic cities around the world.


Tiny Homes on the Move

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Lloyd Kahn, author of SHELTER, the classic 1973 book on hand made housing, will present a slide show of photos and stories from his new book TINY HOMES ON THE MOVE, about 20th century nomads— people whose homes are tiny and mobile, and either on wheels or in the water. There are:n* 8 vansn* 8 pickup-trucks-with-camper-shellsn* 9 housetrucksn* 7 house busesn* 23 trailersn* 15 sailboatsn* 8 houseboatsnnThese are people who, either permanently or temporarily, have chosen to build and inhabit homes that move
Lloyd Kahn is editor-in-chief at Shelter Publications, which has been producing books on owner-built homes for over 40 years.




HOMEGROWN.org

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HOMEGROWN.org is a thriving, community-sourced skill library that celebrates the culture of agriculture through activities such as canning, gardening, and cooking. Got a skill to share? Want to learn? Join the conversation!


Freeform Common Room

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A maker room for fiber art where you are encouraged to use and bend the rules of crochet and knitting. Where what you make will be a part of the art we create together this weekend. Traveling Wedge--not your granny's square!




Making a Pinball Museum

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I will talk about how we made our pinball museum and how we are working to make a restored Carnegie Library our new home. I will briefly discuss art history of pinball and our need for its preservation and appreciation. I will discuss education through fun and games and the engineering of amusement.






Unraveling the String Cheese Knot

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Ever wondered why some cheeses are gooey, others are brittle and still others are stringier than a hank of yarn? Learn the answer at this splash course on the magic of home cheesemaking with The San Francisco Milk Maid. Hear not only why is string cheese gets stringy but also the basics of milk chemistry, essential cheesemaking ingredients and how to start your own kitchen creamery using little more than an old pasta pot.