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SAT: 2pm - 6pm
(On other days/hours:
Hit us up on IRC or
knock on our doors.
A member may be there
to let you in.)
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Category Archives: Events
All Hands Active will be at Penguicon again this year! Penguicon is a non-profit, community-run convention for open source software and hardware, science fiction, gaming, DIY, and more. It takes place in Southfield, MI – April 29th – May 1st … Continue reading
Elections for the next Board of Directors are coming up! Beginning today is the nomination period for prospective Directors. We are looking to fill three of our Board positions during this election (see the list of incumbents below). We are an official … Continue reading
It’s that time of year where we invite as many people as we can fit into AHA for a pleasant evening of hackery fellowship! This year we are particularly pleased to announce our new 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Stop in and … Continue reading
Wednesday March 26 from 12-2 p.m., in the Michigan Union (Pendleton Room) we’ll be participating the UMSI MakerFest. Come on down!
AHA will host a special guest, Don Blumenthal, Senior Policy Advisor at The Public Interest Registry this Sunday from 6pm – 8pm, Don will lead an open discussion at AHA titled: Internet Badness: Scams, DNS Abuse, and other Shady Stuff … Continue reading
Our monthly board meeting is tonight Wednesday December 11th at 7pm. Come on down to see the inner workings of AHA! We have 15 minutes at the beginning for open discussion. We’d love to hear feedback from you!
Just a reminder we have open build night Thursday nights! All hands Active is open from 2pm to 10pm.
Come on down and make some art or make some holiday cards. No supplies necessary! For more details check out this facebook link or show up.
Come check out 3d scanning and printing at the downtown Ann Arbor Library location this Saturday November 30th from 2pm – 4pm. We can scan you, create a 3d model of you using off the self components and we’ll be … Continue reading