Something for everyone at second Kitsap MiniMaker Faire

POULSBO — Paper rockets flew through the air, children learned to weave and woodworks showed off their trade June 10 during the second Kitsap MiniMaker Faire.

Rockets, weaving and woodworking made up a small portion of the event. More than 60 makers were registered, filling the Poulsbo Seventh-day Adventist Church, school and spilling out into the parking lot and field.

Read a full story about the Kitsap MiniMaker Faire in this week's Kitsap Week. Out Friday.

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