We were able to wrangle 350 guests into the registration center and at least 150 more that got past this process. All of these people were treated to over 50 Makers showcasing their skills, creativity, and enthusiasm.
Thank you all for a great event!
Come see what a few physics students have put together and how far they can make things fly.
Come see what Arapahoe Middle School STEM program teaches. Learn how they teach gaming using the software Agents Cubes Online. These STEM class students created their own games after learning how to build Frogger and Pac-Man.
Come help build a Little Free Library that will be prominently displayed in our community for everyone to use. With the help of the ReStore, you can measure, cut, and even hammer nails to help construct these awesome libraries.
We are excited to see Northern Rockies makers beginning to register for the May 19th event. Reserve your space now by applying online here. Groups such as the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum, University of Wyoming Coe Center for Innovation, Habitat for Humanity, and Global Arts and Innovation Network are preparing inspiring booths for this year’s event!
We’re looking forward to a day full of inventing, exhibiting, playing, and creating. Fun for the entire family. Stay tuned to this website for updates on exhibitors, performers, and demos, as well as ways to get involved.
So, work on your exhibit ideas and save the date!
A few snapshots of the our Mini Maker Faire.