Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest

August 29, 2020

We're going Virtual!

The NH Maker & Food Fest is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists, to chefs, the Maker & Food Fest is a venue for these "makers" to show hobbies, experiments, projects, and for all of us to enjoy fantastic food!

We call it the Greatest Show & Tell (& Taste) on Earth - a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.

Because of the special challenges 2020 is presenting us all, we've decided this year the Fest will be virtual! So here is what it will look like:

  • The Fest will still take place on Saturday, August 29th, but instead of anything in-person at the museum, all content will be online, and will remain online for one week only. See who is participating below!
    • View the details about participating Makers on this page. Check them out by categories or read through them all.
    • Be sure to sign up in advance for any workshops (some have fees and supply lists).
    • On Saturday, August 29th, on-demand videos can be viewed on our special YouTube NH Maker & Food Fest playlist, or here on this page. These videos will stay up for ONE WEEK ONLY.
    • We'll also be sharing these videos on Facebook throughout the day as well.
  • The Children's Museum of New Hampshire has provided 150 free Maker Fest Activity kits (these kits have all been claimed) that will include all sorts of fun activities and projects that can be done at home. Kits must be picked up in person at the museum on Wednesday, August 26 between 3-5pm.
  • It costs nothing to participate in the Fest either as the audience or as a Maker, thanks to the support of our wonderful sponsors!

Questions? Reach out to nhmakerfest@childrens-museum.org


What do you want to learn about?

Check back on Saturday, August 29th for on-demand videos!

Literacy Food
Diy Games
Nature Performance
Steam Artscrafts
Yoga Podcasts
Workshops

LITERACY

Engineer a Parachute

Meredith, CMNH Educator, leads young engineers in an engineering challenge: How can you make a faster way for Jack (from Jack and the Beanstalk) to escape the giant? Build a parachute! If you have a NH Maker & Food Fest Maker Kit, you'll have the supplies already, otherwise you'll want to gather three pipe cleaners, a coffee filter, and a clothespin.


Selkie Pub Books & Zines

Jennie Robertson Bryant from Shapleigh, ME
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Selkie Pub’s goal is to promote local art and literature, specializing in works that express the cultural identity and heritage of working class New England. In the words of founder Jennie Bryant, “There are stories I want to tell and stories I want to hear that I haven’t found a place for yet. So I’m making a place.”

For the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest Jennie will be doing several Facebook Live presentations throughout the day on her channel: facebook.com/SelkiePub.

Facebook Live SCHEDULE:
10am: “What is a Zine?” Featuring zines by several SelkiePub authors
11am: “How I Make a Zine” - Ever wondered how to start your own zine? SelkiePub founder Jennie Bryant will walk you through the process.
1pm: “Zine Reading: Daily Bread” - Jennie Bryant will do a live reading from one of SelkiePub’s original zines.
2pm: “Overview of Current SelkiePub Zines and a Q&A with founder Jennie Bryant. Questions can be sent ahead of time to selkiepub@gmail.com or asked during the live event.

You can also check her out on Instagram for instructions on a photo scavenger hunt to win a zine of your choice and a video on Selkie Pub’s current call for submissions: SelkiePubZines.

Maker Activity Kits: If you signed up to get an activity kit you'll find one of Selkie Pub's mini zines inside!


Author/Illustrator Marty Kelley

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Marty Kelley is a children’s book author and illustrator known for his fantastically funny books and school author visits. A former second grader teacher, he knows how to keep kids engaged and entertained. He has written and illustrated many published children’s books including “Fall is Not Easy,” “The Rules,” “Winter Woes,” “Summer Stinks,” “Spring Goes Squish,” “The Messiest Desk,” “Twelve Terrible Things,” “A Cape!,” and “Fame, Fortune, and the Bran Muffins of Doom!” Sign up for a Virtual Author/Illustrator Visit on Saturday, August 29 at 11am for only $15 and recommended for ages 6 and up. This remote visit will offer all the same fun as his in-person visits including everything from idea generation to creating the final art, with an emphasis on editing and revising work to improve it. Then Marty will lead us all in a drawing session, and answer your questions while we work. We’ll all show off our drawings at the end of this 45 minute visit. Pre-registration is required. Register by going to Marty Kelley’s paypal: paypal.me/martykelleybooks and pay the $15. Be sure to include your email in the notes and we will send you the zoom link once you have paid.


Usborne Books & More

Sarah Flynn from Dover, NH

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Sarah Flynn, an Usborne Books and More Independent Consultant shares a list of some great STEAM related books that Usborne has available for purchase. You can also check out these great activity sheets:
Discover Accidental Inventions
Melting Ice Activity
Think Like a Scientist
These include activities that can easily be done with everyday household items. Keep the love of literacy alive in your house with Usborne books!


FOOD

Kerry’s Culinary Creations & Curb Appeal Meals Food Truck

Kerry Fay, Chef/Owner from Hampton, NH

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Kerry Fay, Chef and Owner of Kerry’s Culinary Creations & Curb Appeal Meals Food Truck has been serving up food on the seacoast for the past 17 years. While her food truck doesn’t currently have a public schedule right now due to the pandemic, Kerry is available for catering jobs. For the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest she will share her tips on how to make the best pulled pork at home! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Vagabond Coffee Car

Liam Hardy, Proprietor from Wells, Maine

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When Liam Hardy, Mainer by birth and machinist by trade, wanted to convert a 1949 International Harvester into a mobile coffee truck, he knew he could count on the NH Maker community for help, inspiration and resources. During the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest, Liam will give a tour of his one-of-a-kind truck with a video. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!

Be sure to enter a giveaway for one growler of coffee and one growler of chai (both worth $18) here on Facebook!


Gabi’s Goodies for Good

Gabi from Durham, NH

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Middle schooler, Gabi, has her own baking business called “Gabi’s Goodies for Good” based in Durham, NH. Gabi bakes different treats, sells them and then donates all of the profits to charities. In three years she has donated nearly $6,000. During the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest, Gabi will talk about some of her favorite recipes, share a bit about her business and the many charities she has helped through her donations. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Tour of Ciao Italia Ristorante + Mercato and Clark’s American Bistro

Doug Clark from Durham, NH
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Doug Clark, owner of Ciao Italia Ristorante + Mercato in downtown Durham, NH, gives us a look inside Ciao Italia, which he recently opened, and a peek into Clark’s American Bistro (formerly Young’s Restaurant) right down the block which is currently under construction. Ciao Italia is open for curbside pickup or inside or outside seating. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


DIY

Dover NH Public Library

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We should all know by now that libraries are about sooooo much more than books! The Dover NH Public Library has a Makerspace that loans out all kinds of different things, and we’ll get a quick (and silly) peek at those resources during the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Bicycle Maintenance Tips & Tricks

Ryan Kinsella from Saco, Maine

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Ryan has been working on bikes since he was 13 and his most often asked question from bike owners looking to do their own repairs is “how do I change a tire?” So during the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest he will answer that and give a few great tips along the way. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


GAMES

Witchway Games: Art and Character Design

Eric Streed from Dover, NH

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Eric Streed is an experienced illustrator and game designer and part of the design collective that is Witchway Games. Check out Eric’s game designs, character illustrations, and read a Q&A about game design over on our blog, which will go live on Saturday, August 29th.


NATURE

Bedrock Gardens

Lee, NH

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All 37 acres that makes up Bedrock Gardens in Lee, NH have been lovingly crafted by local Makers Jill Nooney and Bob Munger. If this oasis of art, horticulture and inspiration isn’t a tribute to Makers everywhere, we don’t know what is! Get a bird’s eye view of the gardens during the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest, and then mark your calendars for the Bedrock Gardens Fairy and Hobbit House Festival in October. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Center for Wildlife - Build a Bat House

Cape Neddick, ME

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The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, Maine is nestled at the base of Mount Agamenticus and has been treating injured and orphaned wild animals and presenting programming to community members for the last 33 years. For the NH Maker & Food Fest, Education and Outreach Specialist Katie Brodeur will show us how to build a bat house. Bats are the only flying mammal that uses sonar technology, they eat 1000 mosquitos in one hour, and they help to plant and pollinate the Tropical Rainforest! They’re amazing creatures and building bat houses with instructions and guidance from Bat Conservation International will help protect these night allies. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Seacoast NH Permaculture - DIY Seed Balls for Guerrilla Wildflower Sowing

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Permaculture is a a holistic, living-in-harmony-with-nature worldview, as well as a technical approach for how to do so. The Seacoast NH Permaculture Group has over 1500 members and offers a wide variety of events such as: classes on seed saving, maple sugaring, swale building, scythe usage, local investing, book studies, kids programs, films, potlucks and more! For the Virtual NH Maker & Food Fest, Seacoast NH Permaculture member and gardener Ellen Karelitz shares how to create seed balls to help grow local wildflowers perfect for feeding and sheltering our pollinator friends likes bees and butterflies. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


PERFORMANCE

Reynaliz Herrera - “Ideas Not Theories

Reynaliz Herrera from Braintree, Massachusetts

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Reynaliz Herrera performs theatrical percussion using unconventional instruments such as bicycles, tap & body percussion, water, brushes, sprayers, marimbas and drums. She created a unique performance for the 2020 virtual NH Maker & Food Fest.


McDonough-Grimes Irish Dance

John Grimes, Dover, NH

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Dover native John Grimes began Irish dancing at age 11, joined the Riverdance show in 2009, and has been an instructor at the McDonough-Grimes Irish Dance school since 2010. John will show off his toe tapping moves along with his students during the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest. See if you can keep up! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Performer Jessica Mathews Sings Mary Poppins

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Jazz songstress and musical theatre actress Jessica Matthews is a seasoned and classically trained vocalist who has performed professionally in theaters across New England and Florida. For the NH Maker & Food Fest she brought along a friend to sing us a song - which is great because as we all know “a song will move the job along…” Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Theo Martey from Akwaaba Ensemble

Theo Nii Martey born and raised in Accra, Ghana, now resides in Manchester, NH

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Theo Nii Martey is a talented artist who was born and raised in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. He is a songwriter, recording artist, producer, performer, teaching artist and award recipient of the 2019 NH Governor’s Arts Award for Arts Education. Theo is the founder and leader of the Akwaaba Ensemble which brings West African drumming, music and dance to vivid life in performances around the world. For the NH Maker & Food Fest, Theo and ensemble member Namory Keita (with a guest appearance by Theo Jr.) will give an exclusive performance showing off their many rhythmic styles! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Chris George Sings

Portsmouth, NH

Chris George from Portsmouth, NH has spent the last ten years fully immersing himself in his musical passion. He plays guitar, sings, and is a member of “Rock My Soul,” the New England gospel choir. He also performs with a variety of organized and less organized gatherings of musicians. He will sing us a few songs during the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!

"Bad Forecast"

"Ice Cream"


STEAM

Engineer a Parachute

Meredith, CMNH Educator, leads young engineers in an engineering challenge: How can you make a faster way for Jack (from Jack and the Beanstalk) to escape the giant? Build a parachute! If you have a NH Maker & Food Fest Maker Kit, you'll have the supplies already, otherwise you'll want to gather three pipe cleaners, a coffee filter, and a clothespin.


Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics

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Senior Researcher Rachael McDermott from the Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Germany is working on the ASDEX Upgrade Tokamak project. A Tokamak is a device that is being developed to produce controlled thermonuclear fusion power. Check out a virtual tour of a tokamak, along with other great videos and resources for young scientists on the IPP website. For the NH Maker & Food Fest Rachael will give us an inside look at her work in this cutting edge field! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Revision Energy

New England

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Revision Energy is a New England based company whose mission is to help people and businesses transition away from fossil fuels and switch to clean, renewable, solar power. For the NH Maker & Food Fest we will be highlighting two of their many educational videos available on their website. With the help of their mascot Sunsquatch, we’ll do a little Solar Mythbusting, and then we’ll get a taste of their Sunshine Sessions virtual camp for ages 5-10 with a video showing us how to Harness Solar Energy for Solar S’mores! If you want to join along in the S’mores video and make your own solar oven, you’ll need: a cardboard box (pizza box, cereal box, or shoe box are ideal), clear plastic wrap, tape, scissors, black paper (black cloth or plastic can be substituted), and a meltable food like chocolate or cheese. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!

How to Make a Solar Oven

Solar Mythbusting!


NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Mission

With NASA Ambassador & McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (Concord, NH)

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Learn all about the 2020 Mars Perseverance Mission! We’ll share a video that NASA Ambassador Caleigh recommended to us that details the mission, and our Educator friend Faithe from the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will give more details about this Mars Rover that launched at the end of July 2020. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!

Intro to NASA's Mars 2020 Mission

Mars 2020 with the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center


FIRST Tech Challenge Team #15772 Brady Goats

Robotics Team from Bishop Brady High School in Concord, NH

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Brady Goats is a FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team based out of Bishop Brady High School in Concord, NH. They design, build, and program robots for competitions. Check out their latest LEGO stacking robot and learn more about the FIRST Tech Challenge from the team itself! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Arts & Crafts

Zo Pi Designs Jewelry Making

Kirstien Davidson from Nottingham, NH

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Ever wanted some tiny earrings in the shape of avocados or macaroons? Well Kirstien Davidson has you covered. Her jewelry making business is called ZoPi Designs and she will be sharing how she creates these colorful and whimsical pieces made with polymer clay during the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist! If you signed up to get a free Maker Kit, in it you will find the materials to make your own polymer clay bead bracelet.

How to Make a Pendant

Making Polymer Clay Beads - Harder

Making Polymer Clay Beads - Easy


The Art of Scrimshaw with Francois Lamothe

Wells, Maine

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Local artist Francois Lamothe has been exploring the art of “scrimshaw” which is an old art created by whalers on the high seas, made by “scrimming” or etching with a stylus on plastic, dominoes, or vintage piano keys, then inking the etching to make a useful object. Francois will show you how you can try this art form for yourself with simple materials you probably have at home. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Earth Clay Magic - Awakening an Earth Resource

Vicky Anderson from Exeter, NH

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Craftsperson Vicky Anderson digs earth clay dirt from the ground in her hometown of Exeter and shows students how to “awaken” it so it can be formed into clay sculptures! Check out her process, try it for yourself if you registered for a Maker Kit, and share if you have your own favorite locations to collect clay dirt for DIY projects. Check out these great instructions!


Pour Painting with Jennifer Malette

Dover, NH

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Jennifer is a Mom and a creative soul and she will be showing us how she creates “pour paintings” which is a way of painting on a canvas without a brush! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Micky/Minnie Mouse Ears with Alyssa Sweet

Dover, NH

Alyssa Sweet is not only a member of the CMNH staff, but she’s also a crafter and maker! When her friends need something crafted, they turn to her. For the NH Maker & Food Fest we asked her to show us how she makes her cute no-sew Minnie or Mickey Mouse ear headbands! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Crafting with Alicia Redimarker

Strafford, NH

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Maker and crafter Alicia shows off her laser cutter that she uses to make her signs. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist! Check out her process, shop her Etsy store, and if you have a free Maker Kit, assemble and paint your own tangram puzzle!


Jane Oneail and Culturally Curious

Manchester, NH

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Jane Oneail, owner and creator of Culturally Curious, curates and delivers engaging art talks to audiences throughout New England. For the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest she will talk about the Top 10 Pets in Paintings, with a little help from her son, Teddy! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Shoals Engraving

Dover, NH

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Shoals Engraving is right across the river from CMNH and they are a great group of engineers, makers, and friends that are able to create custom engraved items for any occasion. With their equipment and expertise they can put your kids artwork on a favorite tumbler, a baby’s footprint on a heart pendant, and so much more. Take a peek at what their engraving process looks like, and if you have a Maker Activity Kit, check out the special engraved NH Maker & Food Fest metal reusable straws! Check back here for their video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Jeremy Oneail and Oneail FX Studios

Manchester, NH

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Jeremy Oneail designs, sculpts, fabricates, paints and finishes masks, figurines, sculptures and more in his NH based studio Oneail FX Studios. Jeremy has been doing special effects makeup for TV and movies since 1999 and has gone on to create things for over 50 productions including Paul Blart Mall Cop, MTV, and the Discovery Channel. For the NH Maker & Food Fest he takes us behind-the-scenes of his mask making magic and gives us a glimpse of his process inside his studio. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Author & Illustrator Gina Perry

Seacoast, NH

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Gina Perry is a NH author and illustrator of children’s picture books. Her debut published picture book as both an author and illustrator was SMALL, and she has since gone on to have “TOO MUCH! NOT ENOUGH!” And “NOW? NOT YET!” published as well. In the NH Maker & Food Fest she will be reading “Now? Not Yet!”, doing a demo on how to draw the two main characters Peanut and Moe, and inviting us all to create a monster character of our own. Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist! If you have a Maker Fest kit, you will have copies of those drawing demos, or you can find them here on her website as a free download.


PODCASTS

Andrew Parsons Talks Podcasts

Andrew Parsons is the Executive Producer at Prologue Projects and lives in Brooklyn, NY

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Andrew Parsons is the Executive Producer of the Brooklyn, NY based Prologue Projects. He and his company have created podcasts such as Slow Burn, Fiasco, and The Trevor Noah Podcast. He is about to launch two new podcasts called The Edge (about the Astros sign stealing scandal in baseball) and Whirlwind (about the history of US/Russian election interference). Andrew takes us behind-the-scenes of a podcast and shows us exactly how he takes an interview and turns it into a podcast full of suspense and emotion! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


Creative Guts Podcast

Laura Harper Lake from Seacoast, NH

Sarah Wrightsman from Durham, NH

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Laura Harper Lake and Sarah Wrightsman have created a podcast focused on the pursuit of creativity. Their interview-style podcast explores the roots of creativity, dives into the hearts of creators, and discovers how creativity connects with the world around them. During the NH Maker & Food Fest Sarah And Laura walk us through how Creative Guts was created, their process, some of their favorite interviews, and more! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


YOGA

Kids Morning Yoga with CMNH Educator Xanthi Gray

Wake up and get ready for the virtual NH Maker & Food Fest with a little morning yoga with CMNH Education Director Xanthi Gray! Check back here for that video on Saturday, August 29th, or on our YouTube NH Maker Fest Playlist!


WORKSHOPS

Author/Illustrator Marty Kelley

Marty Kelley from NH
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Marty Kelley is a children’s book author and illustrator known for his fantastically funny books and school author visits. A former second grader teacher, he knows how to keep kids engaged and entertained. He has written and illustrated many published children’s books including “Fall is Not Easy,” “The Rules,” “Winter Woes,” “Summer Stinks,” “Spring Goes Squish,” “The Messiest Desk,” “Twelve Terrible Things,” “A Cape!,” and “Fame, Fortune, and the Bran Muffins of Doom!” The Virtual Author/Illustrator Visit on Saturday, August 29 at 11am has been cancelled today.


Homeslice Puppetry with Eric Weiss

Eric Weiss from Pearl River, NY

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Eric Weiss, aka Homeslice, is a teacher, puppet builder, and owner of Homeslice Puppetry, specializing in building custom puppets and teaching puppetry classes to children and adults! Sign up for his FREE virtual Pool Noodle Puppets workshop for ages 5 and up (with parental supervision), which will take place on Saturday, August 29th at 2pm. Check out the workshop description for the supply list. Pre-registration is required. In the workshop Eric will teach you the very basics of creating a puppet character, and you’ll get to turn a pool noodle into your very own puppet!


Christa Zuber and The Place Studio & Gallery

Concord, NH

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The Place Studio and Gallery is THE place to be creative in Concord, NH. Owner and founder Christa Zuber is offering all fans of the NH Maker & Food Fest a virtual Shibori Workshop on Saturday, August 29th from 4-6pm. Learn the basics of the Japanese art of resist dyeing with indigo from the comfort of your own home! Price with FREE supply pickup/delivery is $35 per household (pickup in Concord at The Place, pickup at CMNH in Dover on Wednesday, August 26th between 3-5pm, or delivery within 20 miles of Concord). Price with priority shipping of supplies is $40 per household. No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome although younger children may require adult assistance. Registration is required and can be done here.


Marek Bennett - Comics Camp

Henniker, NH

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Marek Bennett is a NH-based cartoonist, musician and educator who leads discovery-based Comics Workshops for all ages throughout New England and the world beyond! His comics work includes the graphic novel series, The Civil War Diary of Freeman Colby, the local history webcomic LIVE FREE AND DRAW!, and the travel memoir, SLOVAKIA: Fall in the Heart of Europe. During the NH Maker & Food Fest he’ll be doing a live Mini Comics workshop over on his Facebook page at 1pm on Saturday, August 29th that anyone can join. If you got a Maker Fest Activity kit, you’ll already have the printed Mini Comic template and directions on how to fold it. Otherwise, you can download the template here, and watch this video on how to fold it here. Draw along with Marek and create your own 8 page mini comic!


Sages Entertainment

Wayne and Kali Moulton from Portsmouth, NH

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Join Sages Entertainment duo, Wayne and Kali Moulton, for a free fun interactive online magic workshop at 3pm on Saturday, August 29th that is sure to spark creativity while reinforcing social and life skills. Pre-registration is required for this free workshop and is for ages 6 and up. Wayne and Kali will be teaching three amazing magic effects with items that you can easily find around the house - how to make money appear, grow objects twice their size, and wow friends and family using a deck of cards. They will also teach you how to use their magic gadget that's included in the free Maker Fest kits! For this workshop you'll need:

  1. A dollar bill for each person participating
  2. A quarter for each person participating
  3. An empty toilet paper tube for the TP CHALLENGE *Dun dun DUN!*
  4. At least 1 deck of cards
  5. And if you have one, your Magic Gadgets from the Children's Museum of New Hampshire Maker and Food Fest kit.

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