Do you want to volunteer for the 3rd annual Fredonia Mini Maker Faire? Our Circus of Creativity is fast-approaching and we are looking for a variety of volunteers to assist us in this day devoted to making, playing, creating, and discovering.

Prospective volunteers shold click here to fill out a form for the 2nd annual Fredonia Mini Maker Faire slated Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, on the campus of The State University of New York at Fredonia.

Volunteers can choose what you want to do:

  • Helping with registration, maker set-up, and parking 
  • Something else/no preference/will help our wherever needed

Signing up for shifts ensures our volunteers will get an opportunity to explore, play and discover at the 3rd annual Fredonia Mini Maker Faire. We will need your name,  phone number and email address in order to facilitate communication before and during the Maker Faire. All volunteers will receive a complimentary T-shirt to wear during the event. These T-shirts will identify volunteers as part of our invaluable volunteer team.

The producers and sponsors of the 3rd annual Fredonia Mini Maker Faire sincerely appreciate your willingness to help! Dozens of volunteers assisted before, during and after our inaugural event in October 2016 & 2017 and we can’t wait to work with you again.


Two adult volunteers help a child make something.

Two adult volunteers help a child make something.


The 3rd Annual Fredonia Mini Maker Faire is FREE event OPEN to the PUBLIC. The event will feature more than 50 makers of all ages and abilities and fields of interest including science, technology, engineering, math, art, sewing, robotics, Legos, woodworking, drones and much more. This family-friendly event is a CIRCUS OF CREATIVITY and will be held in The Science Center and The Williams Center. Free parking. Several Buffalo-area food trucks will be on site. Come and make a day of it and let your curiosity get the best of you!




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