* Some of New England’s best model engineers displaying and demonstrating their finely-crafted miniature machines.
* A Family Maker Space with a variety of hands-on projects and demos.
* School Robotics teams showing off their robots and kids building Lego robotics.
* Special demonstrations of old and new technologies from lathes to 3D Printing.
Exhibits are held at both the museum and around the corner at the Windsor Rec Center / Admission is $10 adult and $5 students; one ticket good for both venues. Also, free admission for Windsor students accompanied by one parent and free admission for any Junior Machinist Apprentice graduate and one parent if the graduate wears his/her JMA pin. PLEASE NOTE: Admission to this event is NOT PART of the benefits of APM Membership.
Featured at the Show:
The Family Maker Space at the Recreation Center will feature a variety of activities for all ages including making a working telegraph, a Cardboard Pinball Machine, 3D Printing demonstrations, the 2016 Vermont state champion robotics team, the Rutland Robo-Rattlers, who represented Vermont at the First LEGO League World Festival in 2017.
This year we will be offering a special screening of the MacGillivray Freeman documentary “Dream Big” sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers. It features the accomplishments of young women engineers.
Thanks to our Sponsors:
Jane Osgood and Ted Hilles
Town of Windsor
Distinctly Windsor (Windsor Improvement Corporation WIC)
Vermont Tech (sponsor of the Dream Big dcoumentary showings and the event)
Would you like to be a Sponsor for This Year's Event!
Please call 802-674-5781 and ask for Frank Hoffman.