The Brickyard Collaborative held a stakeholder’s meeting last Thursday at the Lynn Museum.
Interested community members, organizations and pols gathered to schmooze and learn about the Brickyard Collaborative’s effort to open a maker space in Lynn.
What is a Maker Space, you may ask? Here is one definition, via Curiosity Commons:
Building on the steam (no pun intended) generated from their December 30th meeting at Land of a Thousand Hills, this event drew a considerable crowd.
The Brickyard Collaborative is lead by Ted Dillard with collaborators Jaime Figuroa, Lisa Wallace and JoBeth Williams. Those present at the meeting included Mayor Tom McGee, representatives from LHAND, EDIC, Community Development, EforAll, Impact Lynn, Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce, St.Mary’s, Beyond Walls, Lynn Museum/LynnArts, MassDevelopment, Lynn School Committee, KIPP, The Haven Project, NSCC, Rep. Brendan Crighton and Dan Cahill, LynnHappens and more.