Update from the Claremont MakerSpace

Originally published at: https://claremontmakerspace.org/2020/03/30/update-from-the-claremont-makerspace/

Hello Maker Community,We hope this email finds you well and that you are finding ways to keep being creative.

As of March 28th, 2020 TwinState MakerSpaces has moved to limited operations at the Claremont MakerSpace. During this time access to the premises will be restricted to staff and certain individuals engaged in essential activities as that term is defined by the State of New Hampshire.

This is a temporary action that we feel is necessary to play our part as good citizens in limiting the spread of this dangerous illness.

We look forward to coming out on the other side of this national emergency as a stronger, more connected and more resilient community. Please join and be active on our Community Forums at discourse.claremontmakerspace.org so that we can continue inspiring and supporting each other during this difficult period. We want to hear from you, we want to see what you are making and we want you to be part of the Maker Community in exile.

We have been constantly amazed by the dedication of our supporters, donors, volunteers, and everyone’s passion, talent and creativity and we look forward to the time when we can all gather together again at the Claremont MakerSpace and celebrate this amazing community. Until then, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at info@twinstatemakerspaces.org, or on facebook or our forums with any questions, or just to say hi and let us know what you are working on.

TwinState MakerSpaces, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and during this difficult time we need your support. If you are able, please consider making a donation to support our important mission and enable us to continue supporting work on essential projects. Your support will also help us emerge from this crisis with the resources necessary to continue to grow the Claremont MakerSpace.

Please, if you can, make a donation on our website.

Be safe, stay healthy and keep makin’,

The Claremont MakerSpace Team