From community bike shops, to makerspaces, to repair cafes, something big is happening. Where do we see maker culture in Toronto in 5 years? Join us for lightning talks, brainstorming, and of course, snacks, as we begin to make connections and look to the future.
Our next event is September 17, 2015 at Hive Toronto (Mozilla)
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