On July 8 and July 9, Toronto’s makers, technologists, and craftspeople gathered at the Maker Extravangaza, the hallmark event that wraps up a month-long festival that celebrates creativity and tech.

Taking place at the Toronto Reference Library, the Maker Extravaganza gave over a hundred creative minds the opportunity to showcase their projects and ideas to attendees. Exhibitors showcased projects such as 3D printing, wearables, robotics, and others.

Attendees also attended free drop-in workshops, as well as registered workshops that covered activities such as 3D printing, paper marking, and a bubble barf workshop.

The Maker Extravaganza is the hallmark event that wraps up the Maker Festival, a month-long festival over 100 events run by maker spaces, creative organizations and studios across Toronto.

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