We’re turning one! It’s hard to believe that a year has already gone by since we first opened our doors.
To celebrate and thank all the amazing volunteers, kids, parents, mentors who helped create MakerKids, we’re having a Super-Fantastical-Maker-Picnic in Dufferin Grove park!
Sunday, August 11 from 2-5 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Join us in celebrating with:
- Make your own wood-fire cooked pizza (pay on site)
- Air rocket building station
- Mega croquet
- Parachute and other games
- Sand mud construction pit
- Kids project showcase
Do you have an old toy or something else you’d like to donate? We are accepting donations at the picnic – if you’re not sure about the toy, material or equipment you’d like to donate, just ask us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up here online to give us an idea of how many people are coming, or just show up! No need to bring your eventbrite ticket to the picnic. http://mkpicnic.eventbrite.com/
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