Maker Festivals are a great place to get children interested in the tech field, or to learn about new technology, or fields. We’ve been to many of them in the past years, but clearly, the pandemic has shut down events, and we don’t know when they will be able to return.
Glendale Library Arts & Culture doesn’t want their patrons to miss out on one of their favorite events, so they are bringing the fair online with their Makers Month in March! The last two years, the event was done in person.
During this virtual event, patrons can still explore, learn, and try out maker activities with virtual workshops. They will also have interviews available, and panels for the event!
One announced panel currently is Women in Tech taking place on Wednesday, March 3rd, at 6:30pm PST. For this panel, Ani Torosyan, Edit Vosganians, and Andrea Dominguez will discuss how they got involved in the tech world and the challenges that exist for women venturing into the field. If you are interested in this panel, you can register for it now Here!
Workshops they will be hosting will cover topics in these fields:
Music Production · Costume Sewing · Soap Making
Painting · Baking · Ice cream making
These workshops are available for different types of age groups. Adults, Teens, and children!
There are so many different options available, head Here to find out what other things are happening for the whole month.