Local Non-Profit Encourages Hands On Approach to Technology
10/5/2013 (Updated 10:59:45 PM)One local organization is encouraging people to get hands on with technology and hosted an open house Saturday to show off it's services.
Triple Cities Maker Space is a non-profit organization that provides the tools and resources needed to fix and improve technology devices. It's a member only facility and does have a small fee to join but founders say the experience is one of a kind.
"We're trying to demystify technology. There's been this trend over the years of all sorts of electrical devices are just magical devices that work and when there don't, you buy a new one. And we're trying to demystify that. It's really not that complicated," Erik Leonard, Co-Founder of Triple Cities said.
Triple Cities Maker Space hosts open meetings every Tuesday at 6pm. It also plans on offering technology classes in the near future.
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