The first ever MIT Mini Maker Faire is coming on October 4, 2014!

Thanks to everyone who applied, there will be 130 Makers and Maker Groups exhibiting at the MIT Mini Maker Faire! 

Come see us on October 4th, between 9AM and 6PM at MIT's North Court, by the Stata Center. The closest stop on the MBTA is Kendall on the Red Line. Here's a Map!

Our program is now available! For the full schedule and map, with the list of makers, please click here (.pdf, 851kb).

We're still looking for help in putting this all together - Apply to be a Volunteer! Would you like to sponsor the MIT Mini Maker Faire? Please Contact us!

Here are some of the makers who will be at the faire - 

Eric Haines created Mineways, "an open source, free program that helps you 3D print anything you built in Minecraft. "
The Artisan's Asylum is a non-profit community craft studio located in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Jessica Kramer combines natural elements like crystals and fossils to create unique jewelry items.
Dane Kouttron will be demonstrating the Flying Nimbus, a single-wheeled, self-balancing electric skateboard.
Ariel Segall will be teaching and demonstrating the old-fashioned art of hand-tooling designs into leather.
Nancy Ouyang is one of the founders of Narwhal Edu, making educational robots that teach programming, robotics and music!

Meet these makers and many, many more on October 4!