Art, science, fire juggling at Mini Maker Faire

Lucy Henderson-Thomas, 11, watched a robot she’d assembled from a kit at the Tri-State Mini Maker Faire draw circles of different colors on some very large sheets of paper. Photo by Bruce T. Paddock

LAKEVILLE — “Maker” is a fairly broad term, so it’s not really a surprise that there was so much to see and do at this year’s Tri-State Mini Maker Faire. The event, cosponsored by the Hotchkiss School and Indian Mountain School (IMS), and held Sunday, April 9, at IMS, filled both the student center and the gymnasium, and stretched along the outdoor walkway between the two.

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