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
We have a great offer on a two post lift to install in our upcoming Auto Shop and we need to raise some funds to make it happen. Donate here using paypal and help us out in getting this great community resource started. We need $800 total to get it and get it set up but we need the first $500 quickly to buy this lift before somebody else does.
Portsmouth could really use a community bicycle program, a place where kids and adults alike could go and learn to fix bicycles and have free access to parts that other people no longer need. Port City Makerspace has been in contact with the city of Portsmouth transfer station about starting to direct bicycles out of the trash stream, but what to do with all those bicycles? We are holding a brainstorming session about starting a community bike program on Friday Aug 30th 6-8pm. Anyone interested in participating in this or just interested in seeing it happen is invited to attend.
Port City Makerspace is pleased to announce that we are in the process of becoming a 501-c3 registered non-profit organization. We have decided that this is the next step in becoming the best community resource that we can be. Our goal in this process is to maintain being the most affordable makerspaces in the country while continuing to grow our already extensive workshop spaces.
Just wanted to take a moment to share some of the things people are doing around here in the Halloween spirit.
At 9:30 on thursday night Jeff decided to be tony stark because it was a “simple” costume that aloowed him to wear jeans and a t-shirt. He walked out of the space that night with a rusty washer that he said was going to be his arc reactor… at 11:00 pm he texts us this picture.
Then he must have really started feeling like tony stark because here is a picture of him 72 hours later working on his mark II reactor.
Wayne takes his ghostbusters suit very seriously. This is truely a world class creation.
Sara working on some weeping angel wings from Doctor Who.
Some paper mache mask making.
Rockabilly Batman working on his next big thing.
Wayne working on an RC ghost that sprays a cloud of steam at the touch of a remote.
Jeff’s nearly full scale Batmobile