Learn more at www.lla.org/makerfaire
This celebration of learning will bring together business and community members who will make visible the projects and ideas that we don’t encounter every day.
April 18, 2021
This D-I-Y (do-it-yourself) culture encourages the presence of woodworkers, musicians, engineers, culinary experts, poets and other enthusiasts of all kinds. Attendees may witness giant robots, listen to live performers, play learning games and take part in sustainability green projects. The opportunities are seemingly endless.
Impact areas include:
• Inspiration – to participate in the creative economy and direct their own future
• Innovation – a catalyst for grassroots invention
• Education – building a connection between the community and learners
Areas of creative interest that will be highlighted: science, technology, engineering, arts, math, community outreach and more!. Many projects are even cross-disciplinary!
We expect around 2,000 attendees including young students (elementary to high school age) and community members eager to explore and take part in a hands-on, creative environment hosted by over a hundred inventive Makers!
This community is highly influential as its members continue educating themselves at a high rate every year.
The Maker Faire will be held on the LLA school campus which resides on 40 acres of land within the city of Loma Linda, California. The wide landscape allows easy access to stage performers, interactive maker booths and presenters for a high volume of attendees.
Visit the website to become a sponsor or host a booth.