LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College is holding a Creator Fair where the public can display their creative works for others to see on April 15 at the LC State Schweitzer Career & Technical Education Center, located at 2947 Cecil Andrus Way.
The free event allows people who craft, create, design, or tinker to show off their work. Registration is open through April 1 for performances/demonstrations, activity tables and exhibits, including outdoors or on a larger scale. These exhibits can include anything from crafts, cooking and music to inventions, 2D and 3D designs, electronics, and robots. The focus is on sharing creative work and is not limited to CTE-related areas.
Schools throughout the area have been invited to attend at 11:30 a.m. on April 15 to view the creative works, while the general public viewing will be held at 3:30-6 p.m. Tours of the Schweitzer CTE Center also will be held.
To register to display something, visit www.lcsc.edu/science/creatorfair.
Facilitators for the event are CTE and the Physical Life, Movement & Sport Sciences Division at LC State. The sponsor is the Nez Perce Tribal Educational Fund.
LC State’s COVID-19 protocols will be followed for this event. Participants can view these protocols on the college’s Coronavirus Resource Page.