Make. Do.

Farmington Public Library

What is
MAKE.DO?

 

 

Make.Do Fairs are held every few months and bring together local makers to showcase their talents while demonstrating a variety of seasonal projects, craft & art, home & garden DIY, upcycling/recycling, technology, food hacking, science, and more.

Fridays are Make.Do Time at the Farmington Public Library. Stop by a mini Make.Do demo each Friday starting January 9th from 3:30 to 4:30 to see what we've lined up for you! Make.Do Time can be high tech or low tech.

Learn things like:

  • Dollar Origam
  • Ironing 101
  • Helicopter Launcher
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Twine Wine Bottle Decor
  • 3-D Printing
  • Woodworking
  • Paper Flowers
  • Split-willow animals
  • Quick and Sassy Chain Scarf
  • Homemade Sugar Scrub, 1-2-3
  • Chile Ristras
  • Amigurumi
  • Paper Clip Bookmarks
  • Ghost cookies
  • Ghost jugs
  • Deco Binder Clips
  • Flavored Sugar
  • Fire Starters
  • DIY Glass Block
  • Chain Maille Jewelry
  • Creative Picture Frames
  • Present Balls
  • Zucchini Appetizers

 

3 Quick Questions:

  1. Would you like to volunteer to present at a Make.Do Fair? (~2.5 hours)
  2. Would you be willing to volunteer to present at a Make.Do Time on Friday? (~1.5 hours)
  3. Would you like more information about Make.Do?

Need more info? Email us at make.do@farmingtonpubliclibrary.org, or call
599-1270 – ask for Aaron, Kathi or Flo.