There's a new makerspace coming to San Antonio, and this weekend they're kicking off with Makevember! Make San Antonio is a soon-to-be makerspace with a goal to foster innovation and collaboration in the San Antonio community. In an effort to demonstrate to the community what a makerspace is all about, the team at Make San Antonio has gathered local makers, creators and innovators to feature their work under one roof, and show that there is a need for a central hub for creatives to unite.
“Our idea behind Makevember is to show that there’s a thriving creative force in San Antonio, and that we need a space for people to unite and create,” says Make San Antonio co-founder Greg Reyes. “We hope to create this space with Make San Antonio. We’re working towards making our dream to create a makerspace in San Antonio a reality.”
Makevember is a free, family-friendly with kids activities from 4-6 p.m. Demonstrations and activities will be provided by The Octa-Tetra Museum, Robotics Explorer Post 42, SASTEMIC and spare parts (one of Maker Mama's best friends!). From 6 p.m. on, Make San Antonio will have live demonstrations from 10BitWorks making 3D printed made goods, Instagram San Antonio, and Corrigan “Red” Luckey demonstrating essential maintenance practices for bicyclists. Music will be provided from 6-10 p.m. by Foolish Sounds.
Are you excited and ready to go? Here are the details to get you there:
WHAT: Makevember, a day for local makers, creators and innovators to showcase their work.
WHEN: Saturday, November 22 | 4-10 p.m.
WHERE: Lone Star Studios (in the Lone Star Art District), 107 Lone Star Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78204
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Jennifer Herrera at 210.215.6843, or by e-
I can't wait and look forward to seeing y'all there!
In the meantime, be sure to sign up for updates over at Make San Antonio, and follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest!
This post is sponsored by Goodwill SA
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