Special Events


When: Sat., Nov. 22, 4-10 p.m. 2014

Billed as a “soon-to-be makerspace,” local upstart Make San Antonio aims to foster innovation and collaboration by putting creative types under one roof with state-of-the-art tools and software. According to co-founder Greg Reyes, the outfit’s hands-on Makevember event is designed to “show that there’s a thriving creative force in San Antonio” that could benefit from such a hub. In addition to kid-friendly offerings from 4-6 p.m. (courtesy of engineering-focused after-school program Robotics Explorer Post 42; creative reuse specialist Mary Elizabeth Cantu’s Spare Parts; science/technology/engineering/math advocacy group SASTEMIC; and “Uncle” Dan Suttin’s educational OCTA-TETRA Museum), Makevember promises 3D-printing, screen-printing and bicycle-maintenance demos along with top-notch tunes by Foolish Sounds.

Price: Free