So you want to be part of Dover Mini Maker Faire …

Dover_MMF_logos_TwitterYou’ve heard about it for weeks or months now: New Hampshire’s first-ever Maker Faire is coming to Dover on August 24th. You’re thinking it sounds cool but you’re wondering if what you do would be right for the event. Or you’re wondering if you can sell things at Dover Mini Maker Faire. Or you just plain don’t know where to start.

We’ve got an easy answer for you.

Anyone interested in the Dover Mini Maker Faire is invited to fill out a simple “Call To Maker” form online. The application is a straight-up Google form where you can tell us more about what you do and how you think you’d like to be involved:

Call To Makers Application

Just fill in the form and it will be submitted right to the Programming Committee. Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis so you should hear back from the committee within two weeks. We have more than 20 makers approved thus far but there is still room for more. Whether you program underwater radio-controlled robots, make life-size super-hero puppets or create dazzling duct-tape fashions, we want to hear from you!

If you have other questions, you can reach the Dover Mini Maker Faire team by sending an email to makerfaire@cmnhemail.org. It’s that simple and we can’t wait to hear from you.

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3 responses to “So you want to be part of Dover Mini Maker Faire …

  1. Hi! I applied a while back but never heard back. Yesterday I got an email from someone at the Children’s Museum asking for my bio info for the Faire, so I’m thinking maybe I was accepted but missed the email? I can’t find a contact info so I’m hoping someone might see this and re-send it to me?

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