Greetings Everyone,

The TEAM is hard at work putting together our 3rd Ozarks Mini Maker Faire that will take place on Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 10am-4pm.  Note the change in venue- The White River Conference Center (Bass Pro): 600 W Sunshine St, Springfield, MO 65807

We’re looking forward to sharing the amazing Makers that call The Ozarks home with all their creativity and innovation. Are YOU ready to MAKE some special memories?

4 Comments

  • Ken Bash says:

    What is the cost of attending with a small booth or table? I have a new educational (wheeled) robot I would like to introduce.

    Thanks

    • Greetings Ken,
      THANK YOU for contacting us. Here is the information from the website to help you decide where you fit:
      Maker Exhibit : Businesses, Schools, groups, individuals, and organizations that would like to demonstrate what they make and/or how it works in an exhibit space; interactive exhibits are encouraged. For maker groups, please have one point person to coordinate your efforts.

      The Ozarks Mini Maker Faire provides individual or small hobbyist group Makers that are participating purely by sharing their project and inspiring others to make with exhibit space, tables, chairs, power, entry passes, etc., at no cost to the Maker. Makers with commercial interests are asked to pay an exhibit fee.
      •Business Showcase ($400): Business that want to showcase new innovations or procedures that help the general public better understand what your company does or showcase their innovation. Large Businesses please consider being a sponsor to help us promote a stronger STEM community!
      •PreK-12th Schools & College/University ($300): Showcase how your school is being creative & innovative. (e.g. PBL, FIRST, Project Lead The Way (PLTW), Robots)
      •Commercial &/or Craft Makers ($150): Individuals who would like to sell or market products along with demonstrating what they make at their Maker exhibit. A fee of $150 is payable upon acceptance.
      •Commercial Young Maker: ($50)Young Makers, ages 18 and below, who sell a product along with demonstrating what they make and/or show how it works.

      If you need further information just ask.
      Deb Wilson

  • Jack Bindner says:

    Looking good, can’t wait to see it !

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