Apr 06, 2017-
Apr 06, 2017
05:00PM - 09:00PM
Make Down! Get Down! FREE Event
Family-friendly Maker activities and entertainment
180 Todd Road Santa Rosa
Event Description

Join us at 180 Studios for a family friendly nighttime event filled with activities, tool demonstrations, live music, pizza, and beer. 

150 Todd Road in Santa Rosa

§   Interactive and sound sculptures by Sudhu Tewari.

§  Our member, Joe will be running a scroll saw demo as a preview to his class, which is scheduled for April 8th. Check it out and sign up! (hint: PUZZLES!)

§  Kevin will be hosting a meet up to talk about his upcoming class on Microprocessors. Ever wanted to know about Arduino? He’s your guy!

§  Matt will be sharing the amazing rabbit hole that is 3D Scanning. Get a glimpse of what you look like as a computer game character and learn about all the exciting possibilities. 

§  Plus, volunteers from the Maria Carrillo High School Robotics Team will Demo the Laser Cutter and the Vinyl Cutter. Not to mention showing off their new creation, "Murphy", that was built here at 180 Studios for the First Robotics competition coming up March 29th in San Jose.

Make it a dinner date. Drifter Pizza will be here selling their delicious wood-fired masterpieces. We’ll also have an assortment of beers available from Lagunitas. Not to mention Live Music provided by the Dixie Giants!

Thursday is the new Friday. So come out, have some fun, and learn something new!

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Phone: 707-843-4363




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