Author Archives: kirstin hensley

Motawi Tile Frame Workshop

New Make & Take Class Offering! Register now to build your own custom frame for your choice of a Motawi tile using the woodshop at Maker Works. All of their 4×4 tiles (except Pine Landscape Mountain and Valley) will be available. In this … Continue reading

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June 2017 Maker Group Meetings

The following meetings will be held at Maker Works in June and are open to all who are interested, no membership required. Specific meeting topics may be updated here: Ann Arbor Maker Works on Meetup.com 6/7 at 7pm South East … Continue reading

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Upcoming Special Dates & Holidays – Are We Open?

Sunday May 14th, 2017:  Mother’s Day – Shop Open Monday May 29, 2017:  Memorial Day (Weekend/Monday)  – Shop Closed Monday Saturday June 3, 2017:  We’ll be at the Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire at the Ann Arbor District Library, come see … Continue reading

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May 2017 Maker Group Meetings

The following meetings will be held at Maker Works in May and are open to all who are interested, no membership required. Specific meeting topics may be updated here: Ann Arbor Maker Works on Meetup.com 5/3 at 7pm South East … Continue reading

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Summer Camp 2017

  Kinetic Camp Ages 8-12 Jun 19 – 23  9:00am – 12:00pm Comic/Manga Camp Ages 10-14 Jun 26 – 30 9:00am – 4:00pm (aftercare available from 4pm to 5pm) Metal Sculpture Camp Ages 13-16 Jul 10 – 14 & Aug 14 – 18 9:00am – 4:00pm … Continue reading

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Shocking redo of Electronics Lab! Jewelry Studio & Summer Camps coming soon!

Thank you! Your thoughtful responses to last month’s survey on what you love about our shop (friendly members and staff! tools!) and how we can make it better are very helpful. Some of your suggestions have already been implemented and we’re … Continue reading

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