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Community workshop opens on DeMers

Makerspace, a coworking spot for people who like to work with their hands, opened last weekend in Grand Forks. Makerspace is mostly focused on woodworking and metalworking now, but they are working to accommodate more "makers," said Aaron Mooney,...

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Makerspace, a coworking spot for people who like to work with their hands, opened last weekend in Grand Forks.

Makerspace is mostly focused on woodworking and metalworking now, but they are working to accommodate more "makers," said Aaron Mooney, director of the business. The coworking space at 1503 DeMers Ave. also has two 3-D printers for members of the coworking space to use.

Makerspace will be open 2 to 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 to 6 p.m. Sundays. They are working to be open for more hours during the week.

It costs $45 a month to be a member, and each member has access to their own "workshop," Mooney said.

"Last weekend was really nice, we were getting a feel for people who are going to be members," Mooney said.

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