• November 14, 2017 | 4 P.M

    Plymouth Mini Maker Faire

    Gym, Waveland Hall

    Plymouth RENEW, Plymouth Child and Family Ministries and Nisaa African Family Services are partnering to host the Mini Maker Faire, a fun and educational event that brings our communities together. The Mini Maker Faire will be held at Plymouth Church on Nov. 14 from 4-7 p.m. starting in the gym. We’ll move to Waveland for a pizza dinner and then it’s on to SCIENCE! Older youth will solder circuits and create an electronic decision maker with LEDs. Younger kids will create LED light sculptures. We have space for 30 participants from Plymouth and 30 participants from Nisaa. We need plenty of volunteers too. Sign up to participate or volunteer below:

    Mini Maker Faire

    • This event is for 3rd-8th grade children, but we will plan mini activities for younger siblings and welcome older siblings to be helpers. TO help us plan, please list all of your children attending and their ages.
    • In order to help us plan the amount of pizza to order, please let us know how many adults are attending:
    • Please list your family members (9th grade through adult) who would be willing to volunteer for this event. No previous experience is necessary!


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