Barnes & Noble Warwick is bringing a pop-up shop to Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire, which will feature products from leading vendors in technology and education including littleBits, Spin Master, Sphero and more, in addition to Make: Magazine. Barnes & Noble’s presence at Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire highlights the company’s ongoing commitment to promoting tech literacy and raising awareness for the Maker Movement in local communities throughout the country, including Rhode Island.
The specific products featured at Barnes & Noble Warwick’s pop-up shop at Rhode Island Maker Faire will include products from Maker Media including Soldering Kit, Getting Started with Arduino, Air Rocket, Make Raspberry Pi 3.0, products from littleBits Electronics including littlebits STEAM Student Kit, littleBits Gizmos & Gadgets, DASH Robot by Wonder Workshop, Inc, Sphero Sprk from Orbotix, Inc, 3Doodler Create from Aliquantum International, Inc., MBOT from Hulu Robotics Technology, books and so much more. Make: Magazine will also be featured at Barnes & Noble’s pop-up shop. To learn more about the merchandise that will be featured, please contact Katie Rendine, Community Business Development Manager at Barnes & Noble Warwick.
“Barnes & Noble Warwick is thrilled to have a presence at Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire and to make available for purchase leading technology and educational products that are perfect for customers of all ages who have a desire to create, learn and share, and who bring a DIY mindset to technology,” says Katie Rendine, Community Business Development Manager at Barnes & Noble. “We are proud to further Barnes & Noble’s commitment to promoting tech literacy and raising awareness for the Maker Movement within Rhode Island, and we hope that our participation helps to inspire everyone to become a Maker and connect with people and projects in their local community.”