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Inviting all makers to apply for the inaugural York County Mini Maker Faire, happening in Biddeford on October 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the historic Pepperell Mill Campus. Join the fun!

Engine, the presenting organization, is looking for 100 makers to showcase their work, including D.I.Y. enthusiasts, inventors, scientists, artists, and craftspeople. Engine is looking for makers, presenters, and performers who can give Faire attendees the chance to experience interactive exhibits or be inspired by making. The Faire is an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and be inspired by the creativity and innovation of the maker community in York County and beyond. The faire is not restricted just to York County makers, we’re open to all no matter where you live or work.

Click here to read our full CALL FOR MAKERS.

What is a Mini Maker Faire?

A Mini Maker Faire is an all-ages event that brings together science, art, craft, homesteading, and engineering plus music, food, and performance. Exhibits that are interactive or highlight the process of making things are especially desired. Participants could be individuals, groups such as hobbyist clubs and schools, commercial makers or crafters, companies and small businesses, and educators and performers of all types. This video is a great example of the kind of event we’re putting together in Biddeford: New Orleans Mini Maker Faire.



August 21st 5:30-7pm: Meet & Greet/Q&A @ Banded Brewing & Pepperell Mill/Exhibit Hall

September 16th: Deadline for Maker Applications. APPLY HERE.

October 13th 10am-5pm: The York County Mini Maker Faire @ Pepperell Mill Campus, 40 Main Street.


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