Holiday Maker Workshop Engages Community

On December 6, 2019, Sierra Makerspaces held the third annual Holiday Maker Night at Hacker Lab powered by Sierra College.  Lead by Sierra College faculty, Sierra Makerspaces team members, Sierra College student interns, and business and community volunteers, more than 200 attendees spent an evening visiting 15 stations, making customized items, taking photos with Santa, and generally having a great time!    This outreach event is a favorite for both station leaders and community participants!

Mathematics Professor Harrison-Benavidez leading a hand sewing project
Sierra student intern Barbara leads a project on the laser cutter
More than 15 stations engaged more than 200 participants
A young student learning how the laser cutter works
Emeritus faculty member Steve Dicus leads “Making a PVC Flute” project
Sierra student and Professor Garcia’s daughter making jewelry
Construction Professor Garcia at the woodburning station
Sierra student interns and Associate Dean Jackson of Business & Technology (not pictured) managed the check in process
Mechatronics Professor Halbern leads a homopolar motor project


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