Photos: Mini-Maker Faire brings out the creativity

Erika Crumley, a teacher at Roger's Park Elementary school helped kids create art with paints hung from a tripod. Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire, was held at the Loussac Library, Saturday, July 26, 2014, during the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.
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A piece by Garrett Perkins, of Upcycle Design headlined his area at the Mini-Maker Faire on Saturday. Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire, held at the Loussac Library, Saturday, July 26, 2014, during the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.
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Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire, was held at the Loussac Library, Saturday, July 26, 2014, during the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.
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A dinosaur creation, by Duane and Wendy Hallback, was a main attraction at Saturday's Mini-Maker Faire. Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire, held at the Loussac Library, July 26, 2014, during the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.
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One of Duane and Wendy Hallback's pieces keeps watch over the Mini-Maker Faire on Saturday. Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire, held at the Loussac Library, July 26, 2014, during the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.
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Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire boasted sunny skies and warm temperatures at the Loussac Library as part of the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week on Saturday. The faire included live music as well as the many booths featuring a diverse group of makers.