COLUMBUS, Ga.- On Sunday, Barnes and Noble was transformed into an arena for young engineers.
The 2nd annual Mini Maker Faire brought dozens of people into the store.
The fair showcased different technology gadgets like drones, ozobots and robots.
Team 4188 from the Columbus Space Program did hands on demonstrations with the attendees.
The fair featured activities for kids 3 and up.
They say the purpose of the fair is to showcase the “cool” side of engineering, so that kids are interested in pursuing stem careers.