The Buffalo Museum of Science is looking for people who make or produce things for the Buffalo Mini Maker Faire, being held at the museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 1.
The event celebrates creativity, invention and a do-it-yourself attitude. It is seeking “makers” ranging from tech enthusiasts, musical instrument makers and fashion designers to homesteaders, scientists, Lego builders and garage tinkerers.
Applications are being accepted through Feb. 1 for those interested in showcasing their work. To apply, visit makerfairebuffalo.com. There is no minimum age restriction, and young makers are encouraged to apply.
For information, go to makerfairebuffalo.com or call Doug Borzynski at 896-5200, ext. 341, or email@example.com.