Are you a maker? Do you love woodworking? Maybe you weld metals together to form unique art or build unique bicycles. Maybe you create amazing costumes for Pensacon. Maybe do you create lotions and soaps in your own home or create amazing quilts…  If this is you, you want to be a part of the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth!  A celebration of the maker movement, Pensacola Maker Faire is a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. Categories include art & design, cosplay, gaming, early learning, energy, construction, ceramics, photography, craft food, gardening, robotics,  and of course all things science and engineering. It’s a place where people show what they are making and share what they are learning.

Hosted by UWF Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering, the first annual Mini Maker Faire is Saturday, November 16th at Historic Pensacola. Featuring more than 50 diverse makers with demonstrations and hands-on activities, this is one event you won’t want to miss.

Makers inspire others with their passion for making and teaching others the skills necessary for every form of making. The Pensacola Mini Maker Faire is a venue for every maker and tinkerer to showcase hobbies, experiments, and projects! Categories include gaming, photography and video, gardening, ceramics, crochet, quilting, energy, woodworking, art & design and of course robotics, science and engineering. We want students, individuals and businesses to apply to be a part of this spectacular event! Booths are free for students and individual makers. Fees apply if your are selling merchandise.

The Pensacola Mini Maker Faire Call for Makers will be open until October 15 (Late entries will be evaluated based on space). Don’t wait to submit your exhibit! Apply today!