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2010 Maker Faire Bay Area and Bike Ride

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I love me some DIY, and this weekend is the 5th annual Maker Faire! The two-day DIY extravaganza is happening in San Mateo. How does one get San Mateo you say? Well, I don’t effing know, but lucky for you (if you have a bike) there is an organized ride there leaving from Dolores Park! The crew leaves at 8:30 Saturday morning for the 19 mile, fun and mostly flat ride!

The tickets to the fair aren’t the cheapest thing in the world, but a day pass is only $15 for students and if you can pass for someone under 12 then it’s only $10! Also, if you can pass for 12 that is both creepy and amazing, but may be the best money saving quality you possess. Congrats.

If you are into crafty do-it-yourself, awesome, fun and biking, then it looks like you have your Saturday all planned! Woot!

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Maker Faire Bay Area and 2nd Annual Dolores Park To Maker Faire Social Ride
Saturday, May 22nd, 10AM to 8PM (Bike ride starts at 8:30)
San Mateo County Event Center
$25 for Adults, $15 for Students, $10 for Youth, Bike Ride FREE

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