DOVER, New Hampshire — A celebration focusing on resourcefulness, innovation, creativity and forward-thinking technology is taking place in Dover.
The Dover Mini Maker Faire is being held Saturday in parts of Henry Law park, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire, and One Washington Mill.
Participants are experiencing everything from quad-copter launches to vertical gardening. Other demonstrations will include spinning yarn from wool, 3-D printing, making Star Wars costumes, and driving an underwater submersible.
Over 50 makers and groups of makers are holding interactive demos, hands-on projects, small talks and workshops designed to inspire and educate attendees.