Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire announces theme for the Second Annual Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire: 'M.I.Y. - Make it Yourself'Wenatchee, WA --The Mini Maker Faire is coming to North Central Washington! The Second Annual Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire is scheduled for Saturday, October 29th, 2016 at the Wenatchee Convention Center. This event will be free and open to the public. We've extended hours for this special event which will now run from 9:00am 4:00pm. This year's Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire theme will be "M.I.Y. - Make it Yourself". Attendees coming to the event can expect to see several exciting booths with hands on activities and take aways, including a free tie-dye station. Barnes & Noble, Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, and the North Central Regional Library will all have free hands on activities for kids. The Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire calling for Makers, Artists, Performers, and Crafters to participate! Non-commerical Makers can participate for free. Any groups or individuals interested in presenting their project, activity, or performance in this event should email: email@example.com or register online at http://makerfairewenatchee.com/The Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire would like to thank Yahoo!, Pacific Aerospace & Electronics, Barnes & Noble, and Wenatchee Learns Connect for supporting this event. The Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire is continuing to actively seek business and community members who are interested in sponsorship opportunities. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire was started in 2015 under the organization of three local students from Wenatchee High School Ethan Toth, Silas Abbott, Storrie Skalisky. These three young men, along with more than 20+ students volunteered to organize and run the entire process. This was the first Mini Maker Faire in the world produced by students and has paved a way for students in other cities to follow. In 2016, a new group of students are continuing to lead the local Maker Faire. Under the mentorship of GWATA, students will lead all organizational aspects of the event. The following students volunteered to lead: Ashley Turner, Matt Springer, Karli Kuntz, Sabrina Zhu, Tammy Doan, Moses Lurbur, Theo Marshall, Sam Monson, and Vivian Noyd.
September 20, 2016
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