We are excited to have Extherid Technologies, a Jackson-based biology research company, as the first Maker for 2017. Extherid will be hosting a booth based on antibiotic resistance. Interested in having a booth this year at Jackson Hole Mini-Maker Faire 2017 on May 20, 2017 from 12-4 PM at Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus? Sign up here – it is free, easy, and a great way to share learning and making with people from all over the region.
Join us at the Maker Faire on Saturday, May 21st, 12-4 PM at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools. Check out the list of over forty skills you can learn listed on the Maker Page.
This year, with the help of Silicon Couloir, the Jackson Hole Mini-Maker Faire is piloting a student innovation contest. Beginning in the middle of April, students 18 years of age and younger will imagine, design, and create prototypes of unique solutions. These solutions will be displayed at the Maker Faire and awards will be given in various categories. Stay tuned for more information and in the meantime, if you are a maker, sign up for a booth today!
Do you know how to teach people to make something? Interested in having a booth at the Maker Faire? Fill out the application here to join our growing community of innovative makers at the Jackson Hole Mini-Maker Faire on May 21, 12-4 PM at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools.
We are excited to have a great community partnership this year with Jackson Hole High School Fab Lab, Teton County School District Robotics, Library of the Tetons, Jackson Hole Children’s Museum, Teton Science Schools, Silicon Couloir, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling, and Journeys School. Want to get involved in planning as a partner? Come to our next meeting at 4 PM on March 22 at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools. Let’s continue to build the first and only Maker Faire in Wyoming! Email email@example.com for more information.
Congratulations to the Science Zone in Casper for becoming our first participant in the 2016 Jackson Hole Mini Maker Faire. Through the featured Tinkering Zone, they will be introducing students of all ages the science of electrical engineering.
Mark you calendars for the second annual Jackson Hole Mini Maker Faire on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Hosted again at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools, we expect another large crowd. Maker applications are due by April 17, 2016 and general admission continues to be free this coming year.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please review the sponsor page. All questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check back soon for more information.