We are pleased to announce the launching of a new Tool Loan Program, immediately available to all members. You can take home the shop’s tools to keep making and working on projects!
The program will have the available tools through this program listed on a web platform called myTurn.
Click this link to see the list of tools! – portcitymakerspace.myturn.com
See more details in this announcement: https://mailchi.mp/6e255ecf83ec/covid-19-precautions-at-port-city-makerspace-2610762
Following the classic, time tested process you will assemble two of these boxes of using reproductions of the patterns and molds originally used by the Shakers.
Great for holiday gifts and storing your own stuff around the house!
See upcoming Shaker Box classes here on our calendar.
10/14: We are accepting new sign-ups! We are limiting the number of new sign-ups per week to 2 and keeping an eye on our average building capacity. Before using the facilities please RSVP for one of the weekly Member Orientations!
Prospective members: sign up for a Member Orientation here. (required before using the facilities)
For members: please read the new temporary rules here.
You can also read the whole set of COVID policies here.
Please use the Time Reserve pages here.
Want to borrow a tool? Our Tool Loan Program is here.
We are pleased to announce another successful collaboration with the Portsmouth Halloween Parade. Port City Makerspace once again provided the music for the grand marshal and crew to dance their way along at the front of the parade. It was also our pleasure to host two costume making events this year in collaboration with the Portsmouth Halloween Parade.
Portsmouth’s West End is the frontier of the Portsmouth scene. Come celebrate with the key players who keep the area wierd at the second anual West End Harvest Festval. Besides Port City Makerspace you can expect a showing fromToboggon, Farmhack, seacoast robotics,Port City Peds, and more!
See demonstrations on activities in all of our shops plus special demonstrations from our partners and members.
Fall Harvest is about making things to get you through the long New England winter, so what better place to have a harvest festival than Port City Makerspace? Come join us in the celebration of cultural ingenuity and regional craft as we make apple cider in our hand crank press and celebrate the traditions of the fall season. This event is free and open to everybody. Food and Drink will be available for sale. Saturday November 23rd 4-8pm