People Sign Up for Brickyard Collaborative Workshops at Land of a Thousand Hills

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The Brickyard Collaborative had a Meet, Greet & Sign-up event at Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee on Munroe Street Saturday.

While still searching for a permanent home for a maker space in Lynn, the collaborative is gearing up to offer pop-up workshops, which so far include:

See the website for updates and future workshops

From Ted Dillard of Brickyard Collaborative –

On Saturday we had a social “meet and greet” at Land of a Thousand Hills (the little coffee shop on Monroe Street) to test the waters with an offering of “pop-up” workshops.  The idea is to host workshops and classes – 2-3 hour, informal, affordable sessions – at various locations around the city.  This little test exploded!  

We filled the cafe beyond capacity.  We got nearly 50 signups, as well as several people coming by to see if they could teach additional classes with us.  We estimate the crowd to be around 75-80 people over the course of a short two hours in the afternoon.  On top of everything else, we were gifted our first piece of equipment – a Durst 35mm photo enlarger – to teach traditional darkroom!  

See the full report, with photos here.

Tia Cole of Hervor Soaps showed folks how to make bath bombs and let them make their own

Ted Dillard of Brickyard Collaborative, Al Wilson of Beyond Walls, Lisa Wallace of the Community Path (slightly out of focus – my bad)

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