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Maker Christmas Market

Free - SEK 130.00


Dec 07 2016 17:00 - 20:00


Make your own LED Christmas decoration at Maker Christmas Market !

Come and mingle & learn with students, geeks, makers and professionals at our Maker Christmas Market for beginners on the 7th of December at Kista Mentorspace ! It is open for everyone. You can bring your kids if they are over 8 years.

We host this event to inspire more people to discover tech through testing, learning and actually making stuff themselves in 3-D printing, programming with Arduino and soldering your own LED- Christmas tree decoration and much more. You will also be able to listen to quick-fire talks by Inicio, KTH professor Mark Smith, Geek Girl Meetup boardmember and Geek Girl Plus founder Susanne Fuglsang.

We will treat you with Christmas "fika" !

We have limited tickets so be sure to secure you spot quickly !


17.00-18.00 Test & Learn 3-D printing, Arduino programming and much more

18.00-18.15 Quickfire presentations (2 min) of GeekGirlPlus, GeekGirlMeetup (presented by Susanne Fuglsang) EIT Digital Makerspace Professional (presented by Marianne Loor), Inicio (presented by Nora Tejeda, Mikaela Illanes), KTH Professor Mark Smith

18.15-20.00 Collective LED-Christmas tree making, we will help each other to make our first Christmas decoration that you will be able to take home afterwards

It is only a fee for this event if you want to make your own LED Christmas tree (incl battery). We will not be able to refund the money if you are unable to come. If you just want to come and mingle and test & learn it is free.

To be able to secure that we will have enough material in time for the event we need to set the deadline for attending the event Friday 2nd of December !

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Susanne Fuglsang, 070-7389997, or susanne@geekgirlplus.com

Merry Christmas and welcome

EIT Digital Makerspace Professional and GeekGirlMeetup, GeekGirlPlus


Geek Girl Meetup is a non-profit organisation aiming to elevate female role models, leverage networks and facilitate knowledge exchange within the tech, IT and startup industry.


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