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    COMING UP AT FAB9

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    MKIDS TINKERFAB WITH FAB9

    Sat 7 March, 10am – 12pm at MPavillion.

    Info: mpavilion.org/program/tinkerfab-with-fab9

    FAB9 invite engineers, designers and tinkerers aged between four and twelve—and their grown-ups—to join the team, creating a collaborative combobulation of found and repurposed parts. This event provides a platform for kids to work together, growing creative thinking and problem-solving skills. Pop down to immerse yourself in this fun and messy environment, designed to encourage children to embrace failure in the pursuit of clever solutions.


    MMEETS INTERNATIONAL WOMENS’ DAY MAKERTHON WITH FAB9

    Sun 8 March, 10am – 1pm at MPavillion.

    Info: mpavilion.org/program /international-womens-day-makerthon-with-fab9

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, FAB9—a vibrant community of makers—invite female-identifying makers, aspiring or experienced, of all disciplines to bring their skills and smarts along to join our team in engineering a creative combobulation of epic proportions! Pop down to MPavilion and join FAB9 in putting together a Rube Goldberg machine, made up of repurposed waste products, to deliver shared learning in the pursuit of shared power.

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