Are you or your kids crazy about science and tech? Check out the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire. Modeled after the flagship maker faire in San Francisco, the Mini-Maker Faire is like a showcase for makers. Makers means everyone from coders, to carpenters, to 3-D printers. If you make something, you’re a maker. And this event gives you an up-close look at the creative process. In addition to displays and hands-on activities, the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire will feature drone racing. There’s also a workshop on building your own electronics. Some of my favorite groups will be there. The Puzzle Company will bring its great, big games to play. The LEGO club will bring a ton of bricks. Whether it’s arts and crafts or robotics, there’s something for everyone at the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire. Best of all, it’s free. This sixth-annual event is coming up on Saturday, June 22. It runs from noon to 5 p.m. at Iolani School on Kamoku Street. I hope to see you there. I’m Ryan Ozawa, and this has been Techspotting.