“Everything here is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen.” ‘Nuff said. This kid has plans.
Meg makes superbugs, and one day she’ll build a dollhouse.
These three girls have big plans, including time machines and time machine rockets. No joke.
It’s a pleasure and a privilege to be joined by representatives of the Tri-Cities, the Mayor of Kitchener Berry Vrbanovic, the Mayor of Waterloo Dave Jaworsky, and the Cambridge Ward 4 councillor Jan Liggett. Fresh from the heat and steel of … Continue reading
Lisa McTwister became interested in art at a young age, experimenting with an assortment of creative fields, from crochet to stained glass. Stumbling upon balloons, she learned that twisting tubes of latex could be so much more than stick figure-like … Continue reading
Will is seven, loves Minecraft, and has aspirations toward virtual reality development one day. He’s seen some incredible things here today, and he’s looking forward to more.
Stella is an immortal being and a veteran of this summer’s Mindful Makers camp, and she’s incredibly excited to build her own house one day, while Catherine is still tinkering with projects and looking for find her maker moment.
The Avocado Co-Op thinks long term. With a motto of sustainable living simplified, they’re a retail co-op that focus on offering members sustainable products, from compost bags to light bulbs. In a journey of environmental stewardship, they try to offer … Continue reading
Sienci Labs is pronounced C N C Labs, and that’s what they bring to the game. Their desktop mill is designed for fast prototyping, making designs, and generally making it easy to create fun and incredible things. With the goal … Continue reading
Hive Waterloo Region works to build digital literacy and diversity in our community, and was formed out of the Year of Code Initiative. Stephanie joins us to talk about making and teaching kids to code, as well as her experience … Continue reading