Spark Makerspace is a community-run workshop & learning center that is open to the general public in southeastern CT.

Members pay monthly dues to access a full woodshop, commercial kitchen, 3D printers, CNC machine and laser cutter, robotics lab, screenprinting equipment, shared office space, retail space and much more.

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    Drop in Open Sew hours in Nov & Dec

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    Welding Leads visit the Steel Yard in Providence

    On Wednesday October 19th the Spark Welding Leads went on a field trip to the Steel Yard in Providence, Rhode Island. They were hosted by Executive Director Howie Sneider whom Hannah met at the White House visit in August. Hannah was also present for the tour. Here is a write-up of the experience from Ashby Carlisle, a member of the Welding group: The Steel Yard is awe inspiring. The nearly 4 acre-large facility led Jesse Good, Diane Barcelo, and myself to conclude that our dream of occupying the the old lumber building called Alexander Miner at 150 Howard St in New London ought to stay on the radar screen. This aside we experienced a successful alternative community-based model that shares many goals and community objectives with Spark.
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