COLUMBIA, SC– Columbia’s fifth annual Mini Maker Faire, an all-ages festival of do-it-yourself technology enthusiasts, crafters, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers and artists, will be held at EdVenture from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 29. Local makers will share their talents and inspire others to explore their inner inventor. EdVenture and exhibitors will offer demonstrations and hands-on activities including robotics teams from area schools, comic book art by Soda City Art Studio, book making by Usborne Books, wool art sculpting by Felt Fashion, 3-D printing and community planning with Sustainable Midlands.

Part science fair, part county fair and part celebration of all things creative, the Columbia Mini Maker Faire is a localized version of the national Maker Faire which hosts over 100,000 visitors in San Mateo each year.  The Columbia Mini Maker Faire is a show-and-tell for people of all ages and a community-based learning event that inspires everyone to become a maker and connect to people and projects in the local community.

Columbia Mini Maker Faire is presented by Ingersoll Rand, Club Car and Trane Heating & Cooling. Admission to the Columbia Mini Maker Faire is free with membership or regular admission, and tickets can be purchases at the door.

Follow the development of the Columbia Mini Maker Faire at www.makerfairecolumbiasc.com, and on Facebook at facebook.com/ColumbiaMiniMakerFaire.

Sharon Sanders
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