The Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire began in 2008 as the first ever community-scale version of the large Maker Faires organized by Maker Media/Make Magazine. Ann Arbor's faire is free to exhibit and free to attend. It showcases DIY science, green technology, robotics, STEM and STEAM projects, digital artists, tinkerers and hobbyists, Ham radio and rockets, and vibrant makers from Southeast Michigan and northern Ohio. The faire is usually the first Saturday in June. For the past few years, the Ann Arbor District Library's downtown location has hosted. Find out more on the website A2makerfaire