Friday July 24, 2015 0 comments
LOVELAND -- The NoCo Mini Maker Faire is putting out a call for makers to take part in the third annual event set for Oct. 9-11 in Loveland.
This year’s event – again to be held at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology (RMCIT) – will feature more than 200 makers sharing their unique inventions, projects, hobbies and artisan crafts.
Taking part for the first time will be the Inventor Showcase, an annual event founded by the DaVinci Institute and featuring a competition of up to 50 inventors from across the Rockies competing for a Best Invention prize.
The Faire will also include a youth entrepreneur pavilion for students starting their own businesses, sponsored by Ottercares.
“It’s been great to see the collaborations and exposure that our artists and makers have developed as a result of makers participating in the NoCo Faire,” said Elizabeth “Elise” VanDyne, event producer.
“Our makers have been profiled on the local, national and international news, have received invitations to present at Faires across the country and have developed creative collaborations that have inspired their work.”
To apply to present at the NoCo Mini Maker Faire, visit www.makerfairenoco.com.