The 2019 Gilroy Mini Maker Faire was held on a beautiful summer day at the Gilroy Library.

With over 3,000 visitors the Faire had a variety of making for all. From robotics to needle felters to the Walt Disney Family Museum, variety was on show.   The Faire was opened at 10am by Assemblyperson Robert Rivas and Community Librarian Lani Yoshimura.  Four fun-filled hours followed with participants able to see makers at work, take part in soldering, woodburning, sewing and building activities or join in workshops for terrarium building.

Assemblyperson Robert Rivas opens the Gilroy Mini Maker Faire             Artist David Hofstad teaches pastel drawing     Nuts and Bolts Robotics demonstrate their robots    Fun building at the Home Depot booth    Guitars on display    Gordon Gibson teaches guitar chords    Girl playing with big blue blocks