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Mini Maker Faires are independently produced, community based, and smaller in scale than our flagship fairs, but they are still big fun with plenty mind-blowing exhibits.

Three Mini Maker Faires will grace us this weekend:

And there is a whole range of fairs coming up through the end of September:

Participate! Here are fairs with active and open Call for Makers:

Last but not least, here’s a look at the recent Montreal Mini Maker Faire by Richard Burman.  Richard asks a range of makers the very pertinent question, “Why is it important for you to MAKE?”

Thanks to adactio for the great shot of the 2011 Brighton Mini Maker Faire.

Sabrina Merlo

Sabrina is the Maker Faire Program Director. She works on stage content for the flagship fairs (Bay Area & New York), and also runs Maker Faire’s licensing program for locally and independently produced “Mini” Maker Faires. She also co-creates the East Bay Mini Maker Faire in her town, Oakland, CA.


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  1. A few photos that I took of the setting-up evening at Brighton Mini Maker Faire: http://www.flickr.com/photos/anachrocomputer/sets/72157631455281648/

  2. Badevaerelse says:

    Fabulous to view this video with the related information that makes me aware of these fairs and thier importance for the participants.

  3. Hi Sabrina,
    We created a few more spots for some awesome makers!

    The Salt Lake City Mini Maker Faire is accepting applications through September 15. Makers can apply at http://slcmakerfaire.com/call-for-makers

    The festival is on Saturday, October 6.

  4. NTT says:

    We had one in Singapore last month.. Here’s the website with some updates of the happenings at the Mini Maker Faire 2012 in Singapore!

    makerfairesingapore.com

  5. Las Vegas Mini Maker Faire is looking for area makers until December 22nd. Apply here: makerfairevegas.com