Join us at Nova Labs Maker Market, our special showcase of our Artisans and our makerspace just in time for Mother’s Day. More interested in high tech? The market also features a Drone Swap Meet where you can buy, sell, or trade robots, electronics, and parts. Bring or make your TinyWhoop drone and participate in our drone race! Play in our magic sandbox, drive our robots, blacksmithing, woodworking, welding, and laser demonstrations. See below for a list of vendors.
Mark your calendars for a day of shopping, playing, learning, and just plain fun. The market is FREE and open to the public. If you want to try your hand at selling at either fair, contact email@example.com!
The Maker Market is on Saturday, May 5th from 10am to 4pm. Get there early because many of the items are one of a kind. Looking for unique and special for Mother’s Day gifts? Handmade bowls, glass ornaments, mushrooms, jewelry, rings, and many other items to choose from
Vendor – Custom Engraved Art https://www.facebook.com/cleverlyconcocted
The Drone Swap Meet is from 10am to 2pm. All are welcome to buy, build, socialize, talk tech, or show off your special mods. The DC Drone Users Group is sponsoring this event and will be on hand to answer your questions and help with technical questions. Sign up to sell your drones, robotics, parts, or tools; or just to have a display booth. Contact Fred Briggs. More informmaton: https://www.meetup.com/DC-Area-Drone-User-Group/events/249711186/
And in the afternoon? Oh, boy, let the drone races and demos begin. First, we are going to clear Classroom B out and have drone races. This series of races will be based on the Tiny Whoop class drone. More information and pilot signup: https://www.meetup.com/NOVA-Makers/events/249153271/.
While you are here, get a tour of our amazing maker space and try your own making in our craft making room.
Working on a hook
Play with Mandy the robot, explore our magic sandbox, enjoy our virtual reality room, fly a drone, see the blacksmithers in action (3pm), watch a lathe or welding demo, and just hang out with the indigenous makers (they’re friendly!).
Makers/Artisans/Vendors: We encourage our artists, crafters, and inventors, both young and old. Metalworking, woodworking, electronics. Contact events @nova-labs.org.
– Tables (approx 6X4) are $15 each. Limit of 2 tables please.
– Send some pictures of your products so we can pre-market your items
– Give me a brief description of your product please
– Send us your website/facebook/etc
– Table request must include # of tables
LOTS of free parking close to the door. While here you can connect and network with our growing community of fine artists, craters, and makers entrepreneurs.
We still have a few tables left! A large inventory is not needed at this small, maker-centric fair. We have lots of public foot traffic who do not sign up on meetup. Get exposure to the maker community of what you make and who you are. Mother’s Day gift buyers are also attending. This is meant to be a relaxing day for everyone, including the vendors. Lots of laughter and community spirit. Nova Labs and DC DUG participants of all types can sell at this event. Don’t feel intimidated if you have a small inventory, You can even share a table with another maker.
Tricia Radcliff: Painter, http://triciaratliff.com/
Tricia’s son: 3d printed invention and robotics costume will inspire young kids
Dave Fritts: Handcrafted gifts, bowls, glass birds, etc.
Ann Savage: Handmade bookmarks
Carrie Hafer: Jewelry
Sean Crane: Handcrafted rings
Rick Weil: Wooden bowls
Dan Menes: tools, art supplies, and materials such as wood, acrylic sheets, metal
Rebecca: Patterns, textiles and craft kits from Lee & Pearl
Kent Slowinski: Washington Monuments in acrylic