#MakerFestivalTO gets bigger, better

Maker Festival Toronto

Following a week of satellite events around the city, Maker Festival Toronto arrived at the Toronto Reference Library this past weekend. Billed as the one of biggest maker event in the city’s history, the event easily lived up to the hype, surpassing last year’s edition.

With two floors of the Toronto Reference Library given over to the a variety of exhibits and stations, there was so much to see and do. On the same floor, it was possible to see the future of fashion, have an artist from OCAD draw a portrait of you, and make cupcakes. Best of all, a working replica of Star War’s most loved droid, R2-D2, made a triumphant return this year.

Maker Festivals are a one-of-a-kind experience, so if you weren’t there yourself, at least you can see some of what it was like from the photo gallery below. Thanks to everyone who helped to make such a special weekend!


Igor Bonifacic

Igor Bonifacic is a Toronto-based writer interested in exploring the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship, and life.

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