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Born and raised in Sudbury, Patrick Ryan is a software developer, maker, cosplayer, and musician who grew up on LEGO and Meccano and is often found tinkering and building things in his basement. He loves helping people out with their tech and cosplay projects, building robots, and spending too much money on tools and coffee. Come and find him in the Makerspace each week and talk to him about Arduino and Worbla and let him tell you that he owns a 3D printer.
The Maker-in-Residence program has been made possible with the generous support from the Friends of the Greater Sudbury Public Library.
Pat Ryan will be at the Makerspace at the Main Public Library to help you with your projects, teach you something new, or just hang out and chat!
No registration necessary.
All ages welcome! Children under 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
This winter, Pat will lead community projects in the Makerspace at the Main Public Library for both children and adults. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
People of all skill level are invited to join.
Space is limited. Registration is required.