Williamsburg Hackerspace meetings - all welcome

We are a group of technology minded Makers, programmers, DIY'rs, builders and yes Hackers. We work on and with electronics, programming, 3-D printing and other cool stuff. We like to introduce kids to the physical world of making things and try to get them away from the evil video gaming addiction. Over the past few months we have been meeting at the Radio Shack on Monticello Ave in Williamsburg, (across from Target) every Saturday morning at 11am. (not this Saturday 4th of July) We have been teaching kids of all ages ( no one is too young or old to make stuff and learn) how to solder and build electronic circuits. We also built a cool programmable robot kit which was donated by the owner of this Radio Shack. He is nice enough to host the weekly meetings. These meetings are completely free, we do it because its fun to see kids learn how things are made and actually do it themselves. Our hope is to introduce this fun, challenging and rewarding hobby/ possible career to this generation of video gaming kids. We hate video games! Now if this is not great enough, we also have access to the Makerspace at the college of William and Mary. If you have questions call me (Steve ) 258-0910.

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