NJ Makers Day 2020- Call for local Makers!

Do you know a trade, skill or craft that you enjoy teaching others?

Join us for NJ Makers Day- Saturday, March 21st 11am-2pm at Millburn Library!

We are inviting individuals and businesses in the community to join us for a showcase of maker culture! We welcome anything from traditional crafting to modern technology- as long as it must be "made," we want to see how you do it!

Email Sarah Pardi, Head of Public Services sarah@millburnlibrary.org by March 6th if you are interested in participating. 

New Jersey Makers Day began in 2015 to enhance community engagement and develop connections among New Jersey residents by collaborating with multi-type libraries, museums, small businesses and others to promote and explore new opportunities for entrepreneurship, innovation and hands-on learning experiences. Visit njmakersday.org for more information. 

Contact Information
  1. Liz Miller Boose
  2. 9733761006
  3. liz@millburnlibrary.org
Sat, March 21
11:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Do you know a trade, skill or craft that you enjoy teaching others?

Join us for NJ Makers Day- Saturday, March 21st 11am-2pm at Millburn Library!

We are inviting individuals and businesses in the community to join us for a showcase of maker culture! We welcome anything from traditional crafting to modern technology- as long as it must be "made," we want to see how you do ...

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