On September 23, 2020

Grand opening held for REclaimED Makerspace and Skills Center

Saturday, Sept. 26 at 12 p.m.—POULTNEY—A makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.  These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a wide variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, CNC machines, soldering irons, and even sewing machines.

Poultney now has its own Makerspace and it has many of these tools, creative meeting spaces, and more. Are you interested in working with wood, metal, glass, ceramics or stone? This is the place to learn and put your ideas into reality!

Located at the old Brass Butterfly building along the rail trail, REclaimED opened for business this year on Sept. 2 with a mission to provide hands-on approaches to build sustainable skills and knowledge, while fostering creative, educational, and mentoring opportunities in Poultney and the surrounding areas.

Come to the grand opening on Sept. 28 from 12-8 p.m. to look about and ask questions of the knowledgeable folks there.

Masks and 6-ft distancing are required. Please follow proper safety etiquette during this event.

Event activities include: live music, facility tours, woodworking demonstrations, collaborative art, and a raffle to win your own set of fine wooden kitchen wares.

REclaimED Makerspace in located at 169 Main St. in Poultney. Visit reclaimedvt.org to register for a tour or indoor demonstration. The Poultney makerspace can be contacted by email at info@reclaimedvt.org and by phone at 802-227-7328.

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