Last weekend, we were proud to take part in the first ever Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire. In the United States, pretty much everyone has a Barnes & Noble Booksellers nearby, so it was a fantastic opportunity to spread the word about what we do. We hope that Barnes & Noble can continue to be a meeting place for our community.
I want to thank our volunteers who went to their local B&N to share what they do with Raspberry Pi: Robert, Chris, Jordan, Chad, Don, Kellyn, Ethan, Ron, Dustin, Cody, Taryn, Gavin, Trevor, Chris, Jim, Hal, Rex, and Brent. We’re so fortunate to have such a dedicated community and we are deeply grateful that you’re a part of it.
Here are a few photos from the event, collected from social media:
Volunteer Pi evangelists for #BNMakerFaire are in the @nytimes this today! More info here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/across-the-united-states-raspberry-jams-at-barnes-noble/ … pic.twitter.com/BXbiNLjD3o
“Kids rule circuitry #bnmakerfaire #craftlakecity #makerfaire”
What a great crowd learning about Raspberry Pi at #BNMakerFaire. Thanks for having us, @BNBuzz and @makerfaire! pic.twitter.com/vXav6hlyRC
Ready to roll at B&N! @Raspberry_Pi @BNBuzz #RaspberryPi #BNMakerFaire pic.twitter.com/FdRHn3PEtk
Day 1 so excited! Barnes and Noble Mini Maker Faire! @Raspberry_Pi @BNBuzz pic.twitter.com/YGzGeMaIKk
Raspberry Pi Jam @ Barnes and Noble Maker Faire
“Javon @ Barnes & Noble Maker Faire @raspberrypifoundation #bnmakerfaire”
It looks like this year’s Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire could be the first of many. We hope we’ll see you at next year’s event!