Hatch Maker Space: YardArt Extended, April Workshops

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The following information was provided by Hatch Makerspace:

Hatch Makerspace is located at 20 Summer Street in Watertown, MA.

An extension of the Watertown Free Public Library, we are a free public workshop with space, equipment, and materials available for your use.

YardArt

YardArt is a citywide exhibit of whimsy and ingenuity on our front yards, open to anyone living or working in Watertown.

Follow the map on foot, bike or car to view the installations: https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=1aAqn1TWJgVQqFAGvRdv4jx0aZwyoBUWS&ehbc=2E312F

Latecomer? No problem! There is still time to register to get a yard sign and appear on the YardArt 2022 map. You don’t have to be an artist, and any weather resistant materials are fair game.

Stop by Hatch to get advice on your project and pick up a YardArt Kit of useful starter tools.
You can also get project advice from other  YardArtists on the YardArt Facebook Help Group.

Hatch Workshops

Introduction to the Sewing Machine
Monday, April 4, 5 p.m.

Learn how to use a sewing machine. We will cover the basics of threading a machine, changing stitches, tension, and several tips to get started.

All sewing machines and materials will be provided by Hatch.

This workshop is designed for sewing novices or beginners who need a refresher.

Participants must be age 10+. Anyone under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 

Registration is required.

Zinesters Club (drop-in)
Monday, April 4, 7 p.m.

Join us for zine-making fun year-round – now at Hatch Makerspace! Supplies and inspiration are provided. No registration required. Zinesters Club will be held on the first Monday of every month.

All ages and experience levels are welcome to come create and meet other zinesters.
Drop-ins welcome.

Introduction to EL Wire
Monday, April 11, 5 p.m.

Learn and play with EL Wire, a light up wire that is great for all sorts of DIY projects. In this workshop you will learn how to splice the wire and apply it to different materials.

This workshop is for ages 12+.

Registration is required.

Beginner Arduino for Non-Programmers
Monday, April 11, 7 p.m.

Learn how to get started with programming and using Arduino hardware and software. Explore the practical applications of Arduino and build several different projects! All materials will be provided.

This workshop is for ages 12+.

Registration is required.

Miter Cornered Napkins
Monday, April 25, 5 p.m.

Reusable napkins are a good way to reduce paper waste and introduce a bit of luxury to your meals or snacks. This simple, double-layer, linen and cotton napkin is decorated with topstitching by machine or running stitch by hand sewing.

This workshop is for ages 12+.

Registration is required.

Paper Flowers
Monday, April 25, 7 p.m.

These roses and dahlias give new life to paper waste, and they won’t wither. Learn how to use cutting, folding, and gluing techniques to craft flowers out of recycled paper

This workshop is for ages 12+

Registration is required.

For more information contact Amelia Young, Hatch Coordinator:
email: ayoung@watertown-ma.gov
phone: 781-795-2309

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