Dik Pose, right, and others celebrate the completion of a stop-motion movie by Justinian Sutton, left, at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Dik Pose, right, and others celebrate the completion of a stop-motion movie by Justinian Sutton, left, at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

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Hundreds of people came to the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con this Saturday. See what the festivities were like through our photos.

A vendor flashes a peace sign at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

A vendor flashes a peace sign at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Finnian Saindziel, as Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service, is pictured at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Finnian Saindziel, as Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service, is pictured at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Natalie Chimelir of Juneau’s Imagination Station paints Kailey Cannon’s face at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Natalie Chimelir of Juneau’s Imagination Station paints Kailey Cannon’s face at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Rachel and Honesty Zahnd, as Taako and Merle from the Adventure Zone podcast, respectively, are pictured at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Rachel and Honesty Zahnd, as Taako and Merle from the Adventure Zone podcast, respectively, are pictured at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Author Tillie Walden cracks a joke during a presentation at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Author Tillie Walden cracks a joke during a presentation at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Attendees stream through the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Attendees stream through the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Elijah Keaton puts the finishing touches on his Hybrid Monster, a mix of walrus, tiger, lizard, scorpion and other creatures, at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Elijah Keaton puts the finishing touches on his Hybrid Monster, a mix of walrus, tiger, lizard, scorpion and other creatures, at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

A batch of Sculpey Monsters awaits the oven at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

A batch of Sculpey Monsters awaits the oven at the Alaska Robotics Mini-Con on Saturday, April 27, 2019. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

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