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Special Events

3D Print Jam

Learn how to make anything you want — and win a 3D printer of your own!
Free with museum admission

Beta Jam: Code Monkey

An engaging online game that teaches real coding to youth. Players complete coding challenges, helping their monkey collect all of the bananas in increasingly difficult levels through coding concepts and real programming language (CoffeeScript). Best for ages: 9 and up

The Great California ShakeOut

Come to The Tech and join more than 20 million people around the globe in the Great ShakeOut, an annual earthquake preparedness exercise that is as fun as it is important. The drill is set for 10:16 a.m. - don't be late!

The Tech Awards Gala

Applied Materials presents
The Tech Awards 
Technology Benefiting Humanity
A signature program of The Tech Museum of Innovation
 
All net proceeds benefit education programs at The Tech.
 
New Location:
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos Street, San Jose, CA 95113

Public Hearing on Autonomous Vechicles

California Department of Insurance Event: Public Hearing on Autonomous Vechicles

Open to the public.

Tech + Tastings

Join us on Thursday, September 4th from 6pm-9pm with Tech Museum of Innovation for Tech + Tastings.
Tickets are $40 each and includes:
 
Access to hands-on tech exhibits
Wine & Food Pairings
Exclusive discounts to Santana Row Shops & Restaurants
Signature Santana Row wine glass
Registration is in Santana Row Park, and will begin at 5:50pm
 
*Must be 21 years or older to attend

The Tech Awards Gala 2013

Annually over 1400 esteemed innovators in the technology industry gather to celebrate the power of technology to address global challenges and benefit humanity. At the annual black-tie gala, The Tech Awards, presented by Applied Materials is a signature program of The Tech Museum of Innovation. This year we will honor 10 technologists, educators, scientists and entrepreneurs who are using technology to improve our world in addition to our Global Humanitarium to be announced later this spring. 

Open Make: Flight - Young Makers Plussing Session

Young Makers get together monthly to share their innovations for Maker Faire. Plussing Sessions allow project teams to share their in-progress projects. This is a great chance to meet other Makers and learn more about becoming part of Young Makers of the South Bay.
 
Maker Workshops and Meet-the-Maker talks are free for Young Makers but space is limited. We recommend pre-registering to reserve your space for any of these events you'd like to attend along with the Plussing Session.

Open Make: Flight - Meet-the-Makers

A collaboration between The Tech Museum of Innovation, Make Magazine, and Pixar Animation Studios, Open Make is a monthly program highlighting the tools, techniques, and ingenuity of local Makers.
 
Open Make events are free with museum admission. Participation is first-come, first-served unless otherwise noted.
 
Activity Maker:
Rick Schertle, middle school teacher, MAKE Magazine contributor, and Young Makers South Bay Region Coordinator.
 
Industry Maker:

Open Make: Flight - Maker-led activities: Rocket-building

A collaboration between The Tech Museum of Innovation, Make Magazine, and Pixar Animation Studios, Open Make is a monthly program highlighting the tools, techniques, and ingenuity of local Makers.
 
Open Make events are free with museum admission. Participation is first-come, first-served unless otherwise noted.
 

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