Support the Faire

Help us make Hamilton’s First Mini Maker Faire a success!

Hamilton’s third annual Mini Maker Faire will be held on Sunday, June 11th, 2017. We’re fortunate to have the support of the Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology to run this event. The Victorian industrial nature of this national historic site sets the perfect tone for the Faire. Hamilton has a long history of industry, invention, and ingenuity – through the Maker Faire, we will showcase maker culture in ‘the Hammer’ from the past and present.

Support the Maker Faire! 

Are you looking to support a fantastic, non-profit event that celebrates creativity and innovation? Help us bring this event to life by becoming a sponsor! Every little bit helps. Please see our sponsorship kit for information on how you or your company can get involved, and the benefits of sponsoring the Hamilton Mini Maker Faire.

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In-kind donations and volunteering of your time are great ways to help us make the Faire a success! Please see our Volunteer page for more information.

Reach: The Maker Movement has captured the attention of the world. By joining the Maker Movement, we and our sponsors will connect with a growing, passionate audience. The 2015 and 2016 Hamilton Mini Maker Faire drew more than 1,600 visitors to the Museum of Steam and Technology – at the time, the highest single-day attendance at the museum, ever. This year, we are hoping to make the event even bigger and better, with more exhibitors, vendors, speakers, and activities (and more parking spots!).

Our target market consists of creative hobbyists, entrepreneurs, engaged parents and civic leaders. Our marketing and social media strategy will seek to reach as many local members of this audience as possible.

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