Re: [JUGGLING_GA] Fwd: Atlanta Mini Maker Faire
- I park for free Friday nights.. At a park deck a little past the fa tech a activity ctr. Where they have the dance nights.. Ill try to go if club passing is involved.
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On Jul 31, 2012, at 9:45 AM, Charles Shapiro <hooterpincher@...> wrote:
> We talked about performing there last year. I went to the event as a
> civilian and had a great time. It's definitely a geek crowd. If I
> participate I'll probably align with Freeside Atlanta (
> http://blog.freesideatlanta.org/ ) or AHRC ( http://www.botlanta.org/ )
> rather than the AJA. It's easy to get to on bicycle or public transport,
> but I wouldn't want to park a car on the Tech campus.
> -- CHS
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 2:07 PM, Joyce Howard <joycehoward@...> wrote:
>> Weren't there several AJAers at this fair last year? How was it? Should
>> we do a booth this year? How about a demo or workshop?
>> details below:
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: David Sluder <atlminimakerfaire@...>
>> Date: Sun, Jul 29, 2012 at 1:58 AM
>> Subject: Atlanta Mini Maker Faire
>> To: aja@...
>> Hey there!
>> I'm David, pleasure to meet you. I'm organizing the Mini Maker Faire this
>> year, and I just found your information through the 2012 ICE Vendors list.
>> We're looking around and trying to find people who make beautiful and
>> interesting things, and you definitely fit that bill! So, let me formally
>> extend an invitation to be a part of the Mini Maker Faire this year.
>> If you've got no idea what the hell I'm talking about, check out our
>> website at http://makerfaireatl.com/ as it's better at explaining
>> everything than I am. To sum it up though, this event is a celebration of
>> all things DIY - where anyone who makes something with a passion is finally
>> able to share it with the public.
>> Here are the details: October 6th from 10am to 5pm on Georgia Tech's
>> campus. Last year we had 45 exhibitors and 2,500 in attendance, this year
>> I'd like 70 exhibitors and 5,000 in attendance. To be a maker and have a
>> table and talk to all the interested parties that come by is 100% free, as
>> is admission for everyone else. We're REALLY pushing interactivity this
>> year, so if there is a way to do a demo or workshop, we'd really love to
>> try and make that happen. Maybe a juggling workshop???
>> So check us out, see what you think, and shoot me a message back so we can
>> talk about getting you to play a part in the Faire this year.
>> Thanks so much,
>> David Sluder
>> Event Producer
>> Thanks so much to our Event Sponsor:*
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