FREMONT COUNTY, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) –
The Makerspace 307 in Riverton, a creative venue for the public to learn new skills and enhance learned skills, had to be closed for classes almost since they first opened. They have innovated to stay relevant during the closure, and have offered to go art kits.
Exciting things are happening again there, Makerspace classes are starting up in February, where you can take a simple piece of copper and learn how to turn it into custom jewelry. Makerspace 307 Developer, Lorre Hoffman stated, “Classes are a big part of nonprofits like ours, a big part of our income, and without the classes we’ve had to find other ways like the kits and things, but it’s just not the same. People come here so they can use the abundance of equipment.”
The new classes are called tiny workshops, and only three to four people will be able to sign up, which will…