Just curious if anyone from our Robo community is planning on going to this years Maker Faire in Milwaukee WI? It is Sept 24-25 at the fairgrounds. https://makerfairemilwaukee.com/ I went last year with my son and it was a great event. Same weekend as their harvest festival. So tons to do, eat, and see. The makers area has hands on learning booths for things like stain glass window making, soldering, dremel tools, RC car racing, and so much more. I found it to be a great opportunity to talk to folks from all sorts of industries like injection molding, laser cutting, cnc, 3d printing, electronics, blacksmithing, crafts and more. It's free to attend. Some of the activities cost a small amount to do, but worth it. If you are in the area and have the time, I do recommend it. It is their 3rd year and is a featured faire this year from Make magazine. So I bet it will be even bigger. The harvest days has carnival rides, farmers market foods of all types to sample and purchase (like local honey farmers honey blends, kettle corn, jams, oh the food and yummy smells), all you can eat pancakes in the morning, and a lot great booths and displays to check out. The whole event is great fun for the whole family. My wife and daughter didn't come last year, but after hearing what all was there they are wanting to come along this year. It's the same weekend as the big cranberry festival Warrens WI that my wife and daughter love going to. So not sure if I will be at the maker faire both days or if I will be heading to Warrens on of the days. Just wanted to let some know about this event in case you never heard of a maker faire. They are all over and you can go to makezine.com to find the listings and maybe find one close to you. If you plan on heading to Milwaukee let me know. I would love to meet some of the folks from the Robo community face to face if possible.