Workshop: Arduino 101. What comes after “Blink”? Aug 10th and 11th, 2022 7pm to 10pm.
July 28th, 7pm.
Join us on April 23rd, 2022 from 10AM to 5PM for our Open House!
Meet some of our members. Tour our space. Watch demonstrations of our equipment.
Vinyl Cutting (decals and T-Shirts)
Lathe, CNC Router, and more.
Lunch will be available to purchase, provided by Uncle Charlie’s Sauce & Back Street Deli.
With the lifting of restrictions, we are delighted to start having some events again!
Join us for potluck and board games on Friday March 18, 2022 at 6pm.
Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Join us Friday July 16th for burgers and boardgames! $10 for a burger, chips, and a pop. Burgers will be served at 6pm. Games start at 7pm. (No charge if you only show up for games.) This event is open to members and non-members alike. We have a number of board games enthusiasts so you are likely to find some games available to play that you have never seen before. If you have an interesting game, feel free to bring it.
Please let me know if you plan to come for burgers so I can make sure I have enough: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you there!
As of May 28, the Saskatchewan government has eased restrictions as part of Step One of the Re-opening Roadmap. This will allow up to 30 people for public indoor gatherings, as long as two metres distance can be maintained between individuals. With this, we should be able to host public hack nights and workshops again. No workshops are currently planned, but if you have any suggestions or would like to host some yourself, please contact the board at email@example.com to make arrangements.
All other restrictions remain in place, including masking, maintaining 2 metres distance, and staying home if you feel ill or suspect you may have recently been exposed to SARS-CoV-2.
UPDATED AGAIN: Due to recent Saskatchewan Health guidelines, as of November 27th masks are mandatory in TechWorks at all times.
In order to facilitate contact tracing, everyone attending this space MUST either scan their RFID card at the door or sign the guest book.
A message from the board of directors:
The situation around the current pandemic is continually evolving and the well-being of our members and community is our priority. As the Government and local business begin re-opening for business, and keeping safety and health in mind, we would like to announce the following changes to our current COVID-19 protocols:
As of Monday, June 15, 2020, the space will once again be open to the public. Hack nights are back on and guests are welcome as long as social/physical distancing practices are followed.
We’re limiting the number of people allowed in the space at one time to help maintain social distancing recommendations. If you do have a project you would like to work on, please coordinate with other members to limit the number of people in the space at one time to 15. Please be respectful of each other’s time and space, keep a distance of 2m between yourself and other members.
We have signs up around the space describing how to appropriately wash your hands and have kleenex and sanitizer available. Please use the available resources and keep yourself and others safe.
If You Have Symptoms
Please do not enter the space, go home and practice self-isolation.
Workshops are back on with some restrictions to allow for social distancing practices. Please check back for upcoming workshops!
At our AGM in March, we gave our vision for growth for this fiscal year. Little did we know that a few short days later the world would come to a grinding halt and stay that way for months. While we haven’t been able to pursue any growth, we were able to stay in limited operation and remain in a safe financial position. Our sincere thanks to all of you who have continued your membership throughout this difficult time. It is because of you that we will continue to have a makerspace as we emerge from the pandemic restrictions.
As I write this, there is no clear plan for when we might be able to re-open our weekly open door nights. Since community has always been a strong point at Saskatoon TechWorks, we hope to maintain some of that by hosting “Virtual Hack Nights” on Zoom. Watch the “events” page for links each week to our Zoom meeting. Whether or not you are an active member, please join us. Show us something you have been working on. Or, simply hang out with us.
I hope to see you “there.”