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November 14, 2019 @ 6:30pm
An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, repeating until December 26, 2019
What would you make if you had the tools, the space, and the know-how? Perhaps a table of reclaimed wood, or how about an electronically-controlled watering system for potted plants? Bozeman Makerspace is the perfect place to bring ideas like these to life, and their Thursday night Open Builds are great opportunities to get started. Bring a project to work on or just come hang out and talk shop. Open Builds are a weekly celebration of the joy of making things. It’s a time when those who love to work with their hands and minds share their latest projects with each other, give and receive advice, and discover new ideas.
Thursday nights are Open Builds at the Bozeman Makerspace. Stop by for 3 hours or 3 minutes to check out our facilities and meet other makers. If you have a small project you’d like to work on feel free to bring it. Members will be there to tell you about our organization, chat about tools, and show off some things they’re making.
Bozeman Makerspace believes it’s important not just to have access to tools and facilities, but also to have a community of others who share a curiosity about the way the world works. Whatever your age or experience level may be, the Makerspace provides resources for all kinds of awesome projects. Facilities at the Makerspace will let you explore processes including woodworking, electronics, 3D printing, CNC milling, sewing, art-making, and more. If you have an idea on the back burner, there’s no better time and place to start working than NOW at the Makerspace!
If you’re ready to get started on some serious making, consider joining the Makerspace as a member. Members have unlimited access to the facilities, free attendance of select classes, and a role in helping to shape this valuable community resource. Find the Makerspace at its NEW location, 5350 Love Lane, Unit #2. Bring your ideas and get ready to turn them into reality! Learn more at www.bozemanmakers.org.