On Saturday April 16th, Mouse will be holding our first ever Maker Saturday! We will be bringing together middle, high school and professional Makers under one roof to spend the day building, crafting and designing with technology. Come create with coders, crafters, 3D designers, whiteboard artists, gamers, makers and more from all over NYC. This is the perfect place to try coding, building circuits, making games or designing in 3D for the first time! You’ll get to meet experts, learn new skills and take home something you made!
Register for either our morning or afternoon session. Our morning session runs from 10 AM to 12 PM followed by lunch, or arrive at noon for lunch and stay for our afternoon session from 1PM - 3 PM.
Mouse Maker Saturday is free and open to all NYC high school and middle school youth who want a space to tinker, make, build, and learn cool stuff! ** Space is limited so sign up for the morning or afternoon session below!
At Mouse Maker Saturday you will:
- Make something awesome!
- Eat free lunch!
- Meet cool people who also like to make things!
Maker Saturday Info:
WHEN: Saturday April 16
TIME: Choose between the morning session (10 AM -12 PM) or afternoon session (1 PM - 3 pm). Snacks will be served from 12 PM - 1 PM.
WHERE: Mouse Headquarters: 55 Broad Street, 16th floor, in Downtown Manhattan.
WHO: Mouse Maker Saturday is open to all NYC area youth who currently attend middle school or high school! However, space is limited, so you have to...
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We will be running a Climate Game Jam station at Mouse Maker Saturday on April 16th! Sign up here!
Coordinators who are interested in running a site for the Climate Game Jam can submit your site here.