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The Wilson County Educational Foundation, Maker Media, and the Wilson County Public Libraries are sponsoring the Wilson County Mini Maker Faire. The Faire will be held on May 23, 2015 from 9am-4pm. Tickets will be just $5.00 per person (tickets now on sale at our website). We will have a variety of booths with makers from all over the area. Visit our website: http://wilsoncountymakerfaire.com/ for more information.
We invite all makers in the area to apply for a booth at the Faire. The application can be found at the above website or you can come into the Sam Fore, Jr. Public Library in Floresville to pick up a paper application. If you need help or questionswith the application, call the main library (830-393-7361) for assistance.
Current Makers and Vendors for the Faire include:
Margie Pruski-Independent Beauty Consultant
Mark Barnett from the Geekbus (a mobile makerspace)-Hands on learning activities in programming, robotics and 3D printing
Drama Kids-Explore favorite storybook characters and craft your own mask
Template Designs-How to make fast, easy, accurate half-square triangles in quilts
Aesthetic Designs-fused glass jewelry and art
Typewriter Rodeo-craft custom poems for Father’s Day on vintage typewriters
Flint Knapping-the ancient art of making stone tools
Freda Inspired-cleansed and charged gemstone bracelets, natural herbal salves
Talking Books-learn about books for the seeing impaired or reading disabled
Wilson County Antique Car Club
Wilson County Historical Society-sponsoring local authors Dorothy Wiley, Deborah Gafford, and others
Floresville Leo Club-Providing lunch for attendees
Two Ears Ranch-Leather work, Jewelry, Silversmith, Paintings
Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild-Beautiful quilt designs and coloring sheets for the children