[hackerspaces] Fwd: [MakerBot] any makerbotters or makers for that matter in the St. Louis area, hackerspace having a party

Bryan Bishop kanzure at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 18:24:56 CET 2010

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From: Ryan/baslisks <baslisks at gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 10:26 PM
Subject: [MakerBot] any makerbotters or makers for that matter in the
St. Louis area, hackerspace having a party
To: MakerBot Operators <makerbot at googlegroups.com>

Arch Reactor Hackerspace Invites you to our Grand Opening!

We've been hard at work whipping our new space into shape and now we
want everyone to come see it!

Are you a self-described ‘techie’ that is looking for your niche? Arch
Reactor, St. Louis’ first Hackerspace is a co-op workshop and club for
techies, tinkers and free thinkers. Part arts and technology
clubhouse, part training ground for new skills and knowledge, Arch
Reactor is a place for residents of St. Louis and surrounding areas to
share and receive educational information and training on various
topics and skills with access to the tools you otherwise couldn't
afford on your own. We offer a work space for all kinds of artistic
and technologic pursuits.

Saturday, January 30th from 4-10pm the group is hosting an public open
house in their new space for anyone interested in learning more about
the group. There will be several presentations on different topics by
group members and the group will be showcasing several projects and
activities, such as a MakerBot, a life-sized version of the game
Jenga, a Japanese Arcade Game tournament and other fun interactive

This event is free to all. Drinks and refreshments will be offered for
a donation.

Tell your friends! Tell your neighbors! Tell anyone that's interested
in building, learning and above all, DOING!

Questions can be emailed to info at archreactor.org.

anyones invited and can bring anyone.

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