Like NASCAR, we’re revving up our ELECTRIC VEHICLE Nights again as Connecticut drops the green flag. See you Thursday Night!
As additional cases are confirmed across the U.S., we want you to know that the CT Hackerspace team continues to monitor news and public information sources including Centers for Disease Control (CDC); World Health Organization; and state and local health departments for the communities that we are proud to be a part of.
As of now, nothing has changed with our meetings. If you feel uncomfortable, have traveled within the last month, or you are feeling under the weather, we suggest declining to visit the space at this time. We are also closely monitoring each day, and will notify you if this status changes.
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Rich, CTH’s Cleanup King, and Bill are hosting an end of year cleanup party and event. This needed action will help welcome future upgrades currently staged downstairs for installation.
Contact Treasurer Jason Wells at : cthackerspace.treasurer –AT– gmail.com if you can help! He is coordinating the volunteer team with Art Gagnon.Continue reading
This quick online post is in reminder of the power of community. CT Hackerspace exists and grows because of everyone’s participation. Yes, monthly commitments and donations helps the space exist, but it is the volunteer work everyone does that maintain and grows our community and environment. To help plan and promote these activities, there is now a new menu tab on the CTHackerspace Homepage.Continue reading
As you know, we try to keep rules to a minimum as we all respect the hackerspace and community. Due to a recent ongoing problems over the last few months of pests finding discarded food remnants in trash containers, the board has requested that all your food related trash, recyclables, and empty containers be taken with you out of the space at the end of your visit – This includes cans and bottles purchased from the refrigerator.Continue reading
CT Hackerspace welcomes the Connecticut area Home Shop Machinist group on April14th at 2pm. The Connecticut area Home Shop Machinist group is a local community of Hobbyist machinists and enthusiasts. This is an excellent opportunity to meet other hobbyists and learn new techniques or share your projects with others.
Home shop machining is often a solitary hobby, as are most hobbies now according to “Bowling Alone”. The the Connecticut area Home Shop Machinist group (CTHSM) is an attempt to get area Home Shop Machinists’s to know one another, and thus make our hobby a little less solitary and more fun for everyone. The Connecticut HSM Group usually meets on the Sunday each month at local member’s shops. We are honored and excited to host the CTHSM meeting at our space. Please join us for an interesting afternoon.
Building on the great success of our first meeting, CT Hackerspace will start monthly Action Meetings to build on the initial success!Continue reading