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October 11–13 & 18–20, 2024

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From tech enthusiasts to crafters to homesteaders to scientists to garage tinkerers, Maker Faire is where novices and experts of all ages come together to show what they’ve made and share what they’ve learned. A community built on curiosity, collaboration, and resourcefulness, celebrating the best of the global maker movement.

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Bay Area

Immerse yourself in imagination and innovation at Maker Faire Bay Area! Check out the magic at our 15th Edition this past October and get updates on next year's event, coming October 13-15 & 20-22 to Mare Island, CA!

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Explore

Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. It’s a place where people show what they're making and share what they're learning. What do you make?

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Upcoming Faires

Each year, over 100 independently organized Maker Faires occur around the world. Some host hundreds of international makers; others showcase a local community. At all, participants come to share, learn, and get inspired.

Maker Faire at a Glance

Humans have always made things and have been showing & telling their stories, ideas, art, and innovations at Maker Faire globally since it launched in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2006.

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Show & Tell

From the pages of Make: magazine find out more about the best of the global maker movement—the makers, projects, workshops, and performances happening at Maker Faires around the world.

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I want to celebrate makers. I want to flush them out of the communities and bring them together at events like Maker Faire so they can meet each other and see that they aren't alone, that they can learn from each other and, more importantly, begin to do things that they might not think they can do on their own.
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Dale Dougherty
FOUNDER OF MAKER FAIRE

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