The Lansing Makers Network, a makerspace that offers access to tools, workshops and resources for metalworking, woodworking and other artistic projects, is hosting a make-and-take event noon to 6 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 12), featuring eight different stations where attendees can create gifts for the upcoming holiday season.
Guests can engrave a snowflake, build a wooden speaker, etch a pint glass, press pennies into jewelry, stamp a copper gift tag, create string art with wood and nails, sew a koozie for an ice cream pint and assemble a trammel of Archimedes toy. In addition, there will be a gift-wrapping station to ensure items are hidden from potential recipients when they’re taken home.
Pre-sale tickets are $15 for each station or $80 for all stations, with the cost increasing to $20 per station or $120 for all stations at the door. All materials will be provided, and all ages are welcome to participate, though minors must be supervised by an adult guardian.
To purchase tickets, visit eventbrite.com/e/how-to-holiday-tickets-720042906717.
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