Throwback Thursday – Worth A Thousand Words

Hello everyone, it’s time for another Throwback Thursday post. You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. Every year we have wonderful people helping to document Liverpool MakeFest with video, audio and photos.

So today here’s a few of my personal favourite photos from last year which represent important things to us:

Teaching & sharing knowledge

 

Smiles!

 

Humour, everyone needs to have a laugh (clue: look at the book title)

 

Communicating – it’s good to talk.

and of course…

Rockets!
..and robots!

There’s a full album of MakeFest 2017 photos on Facebook for your browsing pleasure.

Stay tuned for another Meet The Makers interview coming up next week. Also, you’re probably getting sick of hearing me bang this drum now but WE NEED YOU!

MakeFest needs volunteers to help out, that could be you, yes you over there trying to hide. It’s a rewarding job, it’s flexible and fun. We’re not slave drivers, we want you to have time to enjoy the event to it’s fullest. It’s just that sometimes we might need to move some tables quickly for a few minutes or help Makers find their stalls when they arrive. If that sounds like something you can help with we’d love you to sign up.

Please take a moment to fill out the volunteer form.

If you’ve attending MakeFest as a visitor please grab some tickets via EVENTBRITE, they’re 100% free. The event is open to all and that’s important to us but it does really help if we know roughly how many attendees to expect. It can help with loads of things such as demonstrating to potential sponsors the popularity in future years. It only takes a moment.

So please book some tickets via Eventbrite now

Have a great Bank Holiday and we’ll see you next week!

Dan

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