Hang out with Raspberry Pi this month in California, New York, and Boston

This month sees two wonderful events where you can meet the Raspberry Pi team, both taking place on the weekend of September 22 and 23 in the USA.

And for more impromptu fun, you can also hang out with our Social Media Editor and fellow Pi enthusiasts on the East Coast on September 24–28.

Coolest Projects North America

In the Discovery Cube Orange County in Santa Ana, California, team members of the Raspberry Pi Foundation North America, CoderDojo, and Code Club will be celebrating the next generation of young makers at Coolest Projects North America.

Coolest Projects is a world-leading showcase that empowers and inspires the next generation of digital creators, innovators, changemakers, and entrepreneurs. This year, for the first time, we are bringing Coolest Projects to North America for a spectacular event!

While project submissions for the event are now closed, you can still get the last FREE tickets to attend this showcase on Sunday, September 23.

To get your free tickets, click here. And for more information on the event, visit the Coolest Projects North America homepage.

World Maker Faire New York

For those on the east side of the continent at World Maker Faire New York, we’ll have representation in the form of Alex, our Social Media Editor.

The East Coast’s largest celebration of invention, creativity, and curiosity showcases the very best of the global Maker Movement. Get immersed in hundreds of projects and multiple stages focused on making for social good, health, technology, electronics, 3D printing & fabrication, food, robotics, art and more!

Alex will be adorned in Raspberry Pi stickers while exploring the cornucopia of incredible projects on show. She’ll be joined by Raspberry Pi’s videographer Brian, and they’ll gather footage of Raspberry Pis being used across the event for videos like this one from last year’s World Maker Faire:

So if you’re planning to attend World Maker Faire, either as a registered exhibitor or an attendee showing off your most recent project, we want to know! Share your project in the comments so we can find you at the event.

A week of New York and Boston meetups

Lastly, since she’ll be in New York, Alex will be out and about after MFNY, meeting up with members of the Raspberry Pi community. If you’d be game for a Raspberry Pi-cnic in Central Park, Coffee and Pi in a cafe, or any other semi-impromptu meetup in the city, let us know the best days for you between Monday, September 24 to Thursday, September 27! Alex will organise some fun gatherings in the Big Apple.

You can also join her in Boston, Massachusetts, on Friday, September 28, where Alex will again be looking to meet up with makers and Pi enthusiasts — let us know if you’re game!

This is weird

Does anyone else think it’s weird that I’ve been referring to myself in the third person throughout this post?


Zak Zebrowski avatar

I’ll miss you by a week in Boston, safe travels…. (Also, Justified (last image) was a fun tv show.)

Alex Bate avatar

Awwww, Zak, noooooooo!

Mark avatar

All these comments from people interested in the Boston meeting and no information. Searched high and low for some related meetup and nothing found. Is anything happening in Boston on Sep. 28?

Pete (in NY) avatar


Good hummus haunts on McDougal Street (near NYU) in Manhattan!

Brendan (from Cape Cod) avatar

I’m interested in learning more about what’s happening in Boston

Carolyn avatar

I am game to catch up on Friday, September 28th in Boston! Let me know where the meetup is taking place. Petsi Pies I’ve heard is a good pi spot!

Andrew Waite avatar

I would be interested in the event in Boston too!

karolbeth avatar

YES from New Hampshire!
Details please

Josh avatar

I’d also be interested in a Boston event.

Matt Gorr avatar

I’m interested in a Boston event!

Mark avatar

I am also interested in the Boston event. Where to look for details?

Ben avatar

I’m interested by the Boston event too!

Paul Woodard avatar

I’m innterested in the Boston event too!

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