Come make your own gadget, robot or wearable art at Tam Makers!
On Wednesday evenings, we host ‘You Can Make It’ workshops for adults and teens in our makerspace at Tam High School. During these open sessions, participants build new projects, with guidance from our staff and other community members.
Many of them are experienced makers, who are happy to share what they know. Here are some of the cool maker projects they are working on this month: a graceful robot spider, an eagle god with creepy eyes, an Arduino-powered garage opener, a Wifi server on a chip, and many laser cut picture frames.
If you are interested in creating your own maker project with the help of others, join us this fall, on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9pm in the woodshop at Tam High School in Mill Valley. Learn more about You Can Make It:
One of the great benefits of this open shop program is that you get a lot more than just access to tools: you join a community of makers who like to make things together and help each other.
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