Hey everyone – in the interest of keeping the Atlanta Mini Maker Faire spirit alive all throughout the year, we’ve had a kind individual sign on to be our first official writer. AMMF community, meet Craig; Craig, meet the AMMF community!
Here’s a bio about Craig so you can get to know him too:
Craig Lambert is an educator who has taught in public schools, Waldorf Schools, and a Free School. He currently runs an in-home preschool (thelambertschool.com) and a program for teens to do apprenticeships & internships in any field instead of attending high school. Craig writes a daily blog about hands-on, experiential education (pullnotpush.wordpress.com). His Maker contributions include Sci-Fi-Shakespeare comic books, knitting, and a rules-lite RPG system.
So how was 2012 for Makers in Atlanta? What can 2013 be?
Here’s your chance to rehash AMMF 2012, talk about Atlanta’s Maker scene and shape the future of both!
MASS collective will host a walkthough of their exciting new space and share their vision for the future. We’ll then wander over to No Mas Cantina for a late lunch and brainstorming session. If you are, or want to be a part of the quickly booming Maker scene in Atlanta, this is the holiday gathering for you! On the fun side, we’ll have some cool swag if you know more than the next guy in our Maker Trivia game, and we’ll be clearing out the AMMF2012 tee inventory – it’s the perfect $5 stocking stuffer!
And if we get into the tequila, there might be a few rounds of Cards Against Humanity.
We’ll be doing this on Saturday, December 8th from 12:30pm to 3:00pm.
To organize this – and future – events, we’re using the Atlanta Makers group on Meetup.com. Please head to the event page on there and RSVP if you plan on coming so we have an accurate head count for the restaurant. And of course, if you have any questions, please free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!