Maker Faire’s mission is to create an environment of hands-on sharing and discovery, and to inspire more people to make things!

Show & Tell

Makers participating purely by sharing their project and inspiring others to make are not asked to pay an exhibit fee. Maker Faire provides these Makers with exhibit space and any required tables, chairs, power, etc., at no cost to the Maker.

Maker Faire aims to create a fun, engaging, and inspiring event. We ask that the focus of all exhibits is on the DIY nature and show & tell, NOT focused on branding or marketing a product or service.

Market or Sell

An exhibit fee may apply to Makers or organizations with marketing or sales intentions, such as the following:

    • Any exhibitor with marketing intentions
    • Exhibitors selling or promoting a product or service
    • Tuition-based schools and paid educational programs or camps
    • Registered non-profits marketing their organization

Pueblo Mini Maker Faire exhibit fees range from $25 to $300 and are based on the exhibitor’s marketing intentions and size of their organization. Marketing must follow our guidelines and branding is reserved for paying exhibitors. Please be advised that signage and branding that exceed our guidelines may be asked to be removed when onsite. Instructional signage is fine and encouraged, signage aimed at promoting a brand or Logo need to fall within the limitations stated below.

For more information about Sponsorship opportunities please see our Sponsorship Page.

Exhibit Opportunities

Become a sponsor of the Pueblo Mini Maker Faire and help us build a thriving community of Makers in Pueblo who are engaging science, technology, engineering and math. Think of something unique – game or activity – that you can use to engage the public with your product or brand. Maker Faire booths and sponsors are curated. Makers and Sponsors are asked to design and develop interactive experiences engaging maker culture and spirit.


Maker Booth (10×10)

Do you have something to share with the Maker community that demonstrates Maker Spirit? Makers who wish to share their tinkering’s, makings, innovations and creations are welcome to apply for a FREE booth at the PMMF. Maker Booths are for hand-made innovative crafts, STEAM and Robotics Clubs and projects, hobbyists, and those who like to share and not sell. This booth is only available to Makers who are not selling or vending.

Booth Cost: FREE (APPLY)


Non-Profit Booth (10×10)

Non-Profit Organizations that engage in Maker Culture can apply to host a booth and or activity at the PMMF. We ask that your organization apply as a Maker Booth and propose your ideas on how your organization can contribute to the faire and how you engage the maker culture in general.

Booth Cost: FREE (APPLY)


Maker Vendor (8×10)

Are Makers who want to sell their hand-made, constructed, made, innovated ideas at the Maker Faire. These booths are for individual Makers who sell items (no food) as a sole proprietor.

Booth Cost: $25 (APPLY)


Start-up Maker Booth (8×10 to 10×10)

Start-up Makers are makers who have started up a small business, and want to build exposure and brand identity by hosting a booth at the PMMF. They may or may not sell anything, they have only a few employees. They are bringing an interactive exhibit or activity to the fair via their booth. Size varies depending on proposed activity.

Booth Cost: $75 (APPLY)


Small Business Maker Booth (10×10)

Small Business Makers are makers who run a small business, and want to build exposure and brand identity by hosting a booth at the PMMF. They may or may not sell anything, they have several employees and are local businesses who want to be involved in the Maker Community.

Booth Cost: $300 (APPLY)



Maker Faire is an expensive show to produce, if you are there with commercial interests we ask that you contribute to the cost of putting on the show. If you have concerns on the affordability of Maker Faire, we encourage you to fill out the application and give us information about your plans at Maker Faire and the requested information on your organization’s profile.

We do not want an exhibit fee to prohibit Makers from participating in Maker Faire. On occasion we are moved by certain Maker projects and will work with you on a case by case basis to find the appropriate exhibit fee to help bring your project to Maker Faire.


Sponsor payment must be received no later than August 15, 2017 for logo or company name to be included on promotional materials distributed at the Maker Faire. Make checks payable to “EXTENSION PROGRAM FUND” with the memo field reference “Pueblo Mini Maker Faire”.

Mail payments to:

Colorado State University Extension – Pueblo County

C/O Pueblo Mini Maker Faire

701 Court St.,  Suite C

Pueblo, CO 81003


If you further questions about becoming a Pueblo Mini Maker Faire Sponsor, then please contact:


Ross Barnhart (PMMF Vendor & Sponsor Lead)

Office: 719-549-3365




Jane Crayton (PMMF Lead Producer)

Office: 719-583-6583