Come to our free Hat Making Party!
At LVL1 Hackerspace
Saturday, October 12, 2-5pm
Learn to make a hat or scarf for yourself or others!
Teach others to knit or crochet!
Use our hat maker: you don’t have to know how --
We will show you.
This winter season Amy Shah is leading an initiative called the #100Hats Project to make and donate 100+ handmade winter clothing items to people in need in West and Downtown Louisville. She is partnering with LVL1 Hackerspace which has been awarded a grant to help realize this goal. This is the second winter for this project. It was very successful last year! LVL1 members made over 100 hats to give to people in need. This year, we have made 26 handmade hats to date and donated them to Centerstone and the Home of the Innocents. We are accepting yarn or monetary donations at LVL1 Hackerspace 1205 East Washington St. www.lvl1.org
"If there's love in this life we're unstoppable
No we can't be defeated"
What: ShopBot Class
When: Tuesday, 5 March 2019, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Many of you have been asking for training on the ShopBot, our large CNC router. You must complete a training class like this one to be approved to use this large (and very expensive) machine. Join past president Brian W. before the open meeting for this introductory class.
Bring a laptop computer if you have one. (It's helpful, but not required.)
You do not need to be a member to attend this event or use our equipment to make cool things. (But there must be a member present for you to work in the space.) The Tuesday night Open Meeting in particular is geared to visitors and always includes a tour of the space and a "Show & Tell" session during which we share info about the projects in progress. Anyone entering LVL1 for the first time must sign a waiver of liability. (There's a kiosk right inside the door.)
Check the calendar on our events page for details on this and other upcoming events and workshops.
Thanks to those who attended Information Study Group. Unfortunately, we will be cancelling the study group because of low turn out. There are several free resources on the web should you want to learn more.