• Toronto Reference Library (map)
  • 789 Yonge St
  • Toronto, ON, M4W 2G8
  • Canada

For one weekend only, the city's most creative people and their projects gather together at the Toronto Reference Library to share their latest creations, demonstrate their newest projects and facilitate interactive workshops. If you've ever wondered what the big deal is about 3D printers, or secretly wanted to know what it takes to build a robot, design a wearable, or experiment with electricity, then come and join the rest of the city in a weekend of discovery, imagination and ingenuity. Entry is FREE to the Maker Extravaganza, but we do recommend you register!

What is Maker Festival?
Brought to you by the team from Toronto Mini Maker Faire, Maker Festival is a celebration and cultivation of Toronto’s unique spirit of making. 

The Festival begins with a week-long program of events hosted by local makerspaces, creative studios, cultural organizations and educational institutions across the city. These will includes workshops, tours, jams, skill-shares, tinker-sessions and more! 

The Festival culminates in a humungous two-day Maker Extravaganza at our partner venue, the Toronto Reference Library, where all of Toronto's makers gather together to show off their latest creations to the rest of the city.