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PHOTO GALLERY: Maker Faire perfect for learning, exploring

Doug Mellors of Westfield explaining how he makes his homemade wooden magic wands, at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.
Robynn Benner and Gracie of Fredonia playing with a sensory activity that the new Chautauqua Children's Gym brought to the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.
Bill Kester is helping P-Tech students Sam Cambareri and Christopher Doty solder a robot light-up pin at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.
Tracy Smith-Dengler, of Dunkirk, is helping Schyanne W. and her friend solder an angel together made out of sea glass from Lake Erie at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.
Jessie's Loose Threads, a new booth at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire, is teaching Tatum Bensinc and Jonah Gruber, cousins, how to sew a button while Jonah's parents Jeremy and Liz watch.
Laurie Lipuma of Cupcake Creations from Warsaw, a new booth at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire, assisting Fonda Kawski of Fredonia create a turkey cupcake.
Wally Latimer watching over brothers Connor and Miles Liebenow as they use the shaving horse to peel the bark off of the tree at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.
Evan Liebenow and Isaiah Rashad making a sculpture using the ancient stone carving technique at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.

The Mini Maker Faire took place at the State University of New York at Fredonia on Saturday bringing out plenty of exhibits and many residents.

The first photo is Doug Mellors of Westfield explaining how he makes his homemade wooden magic wands, at the Fredonia Mini Maker Faire.

OBSERVER Photos by Natasha Matteliano

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