New Hampshire artisans, entrepreneurs take center state at annual Maker Fest

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DOVER - The Children's Museum of New Hampshire is gearing up for its 9th NH Maker Fest on Sept. 18 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., in and around the museum in downtown Dover.
This daylong festival will include introductions by in the area of Printmaking, Zines, Sewing, Baking, Robots and so much more.
Freelance Illustrator Alex Edgerly from Newmarket will be showing off her linocut print designs. Her prints "celebrate the small joys in life like plants or puns." All of the prints and designs will be for sale. This will be Alex's first year joining the Fest as a Maker.
Master Carpenter and Seasoning Expert, Dan Gagnon will be sharing samples of his three "NH Dan's Seasonings." Choose between a "Live Free or Dry" Rub, a "Granite State" seasoning, or the "Mild and Wild" seasoning. This small family business based in Hillsborough County has been in business since 2014.
Seacoast ArtSpot, a new studio in Portsmouth, will be on hand at the Fest to share their love of learning through a wide variety of art and craft based experiences. Try out Mini canvas painting, wooden mask painting, or hand sewing creatures.
Sages Entertainment, who specialize in entertaining with bubbles, magic, STEAM enrichment, and more, will bring their special bubble tricks and hands-on play to NH Maker Fest this year. They'll also bring a few robot friends and show off their special skills as well.
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