What is a Maker Faire?
Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors.
What will I see at a Maker Faire?
A Maker Faire is composed of an exciting mix of Makers displaying their hand-made projects, performers showing their talent, and organizations revealing ideas and trends of the future. Around 40 different Makers showed what they had made at the 2015 Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire. To stay updated on the next year's event, scroll to the bottom of this page and follow us on social media!
What is a Maker?
A Maker is simply someone that makes something. This could include (but isn't limited to) knitting, LEGO creations, playing the piano, and computer programming!
How do I become a Maker at Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire?
The 2016 Call for Makers form is now out! Click here or visit the Makers page for more info!
How do I volunteer at Wenatchee Maker Faire?
Scroll up to the top of this page and click the Volunteer button! There are multiple opportunities and times to help out. Thank you for your interest in helping us!
How can I donate to this event?
If you have a credit card, click here!
If you don't have a credit card, contact us at email@example.com or drop off your donation at the Community Foundation (9 S Wenatchee Ave). Write a check out to the Community Foundation of North Central Washington, but let them know it's for the Maker Faire. Keep in mind: all donations are tax-deductible.
Donating helps keep this event free for everyone!
How do I become a sponsor?
Go to the Sponsor page and follow the instructions.
1. Look through the different categories of sponsorship on the Sponsor page.
2. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your company name, a contact email, and a phone number. Well send you a short Sponsorship Form to fill out.
3. Fill out the Sponsorship Form and return it to us.
4. Once we receive it (along with your donation), you'll start to see the awesomeness of being a sponsor come into play!
If you run into problems, email us at email@example.com and we’ll sort things out!
Why did you spell fair wrong?
Though a typical fair is spelt with four letters (fair), "Maker Faire" always ends with an "e" (Faire). It's a nod to the talented makers in our history that have brought us to where we are now.