Starts: June 14, 2019
Total: $65 ( not tax deductible)
This is one of several Bread and Circuits workshops that I’m offering to raise money for camp scholarships. We’ll sip wine, enjoy tasty nibbles and look at the inner life of a LED flashlight. You’ll learn how to solder, build a simple circuit, and use a heat gun and heat shrink. You’ll also learn why the super cool flashlight you make from copper plumbing parts is really a solar panel backwards.
If sippin’ and soldering sounds like a bad idea, don’t worry. It’s a two person soldering task; I’ll hold the iron, you’ll hold the solder knowing that you’re also helping a child go to summer camp. This workshop filled quickly last year. If want to attend and find the workshop is full, please email me (Karen@GadgetLab.org) so I’ll know to add another session.
Gadget Lab will donate the food and drinks. The $15 materials fee will go to the local engineer who developed and makes the flashlight kits. All other proceeds will go directly to scholarships. Last year Gadget Lab offered six scholarships to awesome local kids. Please come and tell your friends!
(Beer and delicious non alcoholic drinks will also be available.)
Bookings are closed for this class.