Manchester Wants Its Own Makerspace

MANCHESTER — On a Saturday afternoon at the See Science Center in the Millyard, an eclectic group of crafters, engineers, inventors and artisans has gathered in another session of the Makers in Manchester.

Projects include a new comic book series, a child’s story book, a robot, an infrared camera and an electric go-cart, some of which will be on display at the upcoming Mini Makers Faire in Dover, scheduled for Aug. 29.

The Manchester group, which has 167 members on a public Facebook page, has formed the nucleus of what some hope will become a full-fledged Manchester Makers Space. They are hoping to branch out of the room they’ve been using in the Science Center, lease their own location and launch a new organization.

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