Make a snowflake at Seattle Makerspace Saturday

Friday, December 8, 2017

Seattle Makers

On Saturday, December 9, from 1 to 4pm , Seattle Makers, a new makerspace in South Lake Union, opens its doors to the community.

They will showcase their space, tools, equipment, and vision. Attendees can see demos on laser cutters, 3d printers, and be able to make their own holiday cards and laser-cut snowflakes.

Machine demos and snowflake decoration/assembly will be happening non-stop.

Seattle Makers is a for-impact makerspace in South Lake Union with a mission to make making accessible to all.

Attendees will watch snowflakes cut out on the laser cutter, and decorate the snowflakes at various stations set up around the space. Interested makers can chat with Seattle Makers staff, brainstorm ideas, share their passions, and learn more about how Seattle Makers can support them in their making.

Staff will do demos on the various fabrication machines, and will share information about memberships, upcoming meetups, classes, and machine certifications.

500 Aurora Ave N, Seattle WA 98199 (Google Maps is incorrect - get directions here)

The Seattle Makers Open House serves two purposes: 1) getting the word out about the newly opened makerspace, and 2) engaging the community in making something awesome, because at the end of the day, it’s all about the satisfaction of making something.

Open for members since September 2017, Seattle Makers is on a mission to spread the maker movement and the skills for the jobs of the future to an ever-expanding community of makers, students, and businesses.


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