The Mankato Makerspace had closed its doors for two months as Minnesota dialed back on its social gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, as the state slowly begins to reopen, Mankato Makerspace opens its doors to members — with some restrictions.
The Makerspace is open to members only working on projects for their businesses (such as indie shops) and those in construction, said Rick Esser, founder of the Makerspace. At any given time, the Makerspace is only allowed 10 people in the shop, including staff. Hours have also been reduced. They’re currently open from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
Members are required to wear a mask at all times, and a new waiver must be signed. There will also be a check-in and check-out list in order to keep track of everyone in…