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Hi all, Elections for Board of Directors wrapped up last Thursday. It was a very close race this time around, and we had a great turnout! Congratulations to the new Directors, and thanks for stepping up to help grow All … Continue reading
Click on the link at the end of this post for the final list of nominees you will be voting for on Thursday’s election, and a little bit about them. You might wish to check back there before the election … Continue reading
It is with much joy we announce the new laser cutter Big Red (aka Softdog) is ready for usage. Meaning it’s ready to use. FYI – You do not have to be an AHA member to use this wonderful tool. … Continue reading
Lookee what we did today…thanks to Zach W. we added another digit. Join our Meetup and RSVP for …Art Party! See you tonight!
We’re taking a break in January. Cosplay resumes in Feb. at Maker-Works and in March at All Hands Active. Look here for inspiration. As always, if you want to work on your costume, Thursday Build Night is a great place … Continue reading
This is the time of year we give back to our amazing, generous staff volunteers. So AHA is closed to the public, from Thur., Dec. 19th through Sat., Jan. 3rd. We will re-open for Art Party on Wednesday, January 7th, … Continue reading
AHA recently decided to eliminate Sunday public access. We simply do not have enough staff volunteers to remain open that day. We hope this is a temporary situation and will revisit this decision monthly. – AHA Board of Directors PS. … Continue reading
Tomorrow, from 1-4pm, All Hands Active will be demonstrating 3 of our more popular technologies at the North Quad Makerfest. The 3D Kinect Scanner, new 3D Kossel Clear printer and the ever-popular Oculus Rift. Please join us, it’s always a … Continue reading
For the next few days, construction workers will be working on repairing concrete above the 2nd floor windows of our building. This involves falling bits of concrete. Please use caution when you come visiting. Thanks.