Learning science and math can be a lot of fun and isn’t just limited to the classroom.
That’s the message from Makersville, a Long Beach nonprofit that has offered free, low-cost craft and science classes for several years. But last year, organizers found themselves struggling with pandemic protocols and made the decision to temporarily close their location at Shoreline Village.
Online classes were still offered throughout last year, but this week organizers announced that the physical location – called Makerspace by the Sea – is open again, but with some tweaks to keep the space friendly COVID-19.
“We are constantly evolving, so creating socially distant and pandemic aware classes is only part of our evolution,” said Patricia Tsoiasue, Founder of Makersville.
At Makerspace By The Sea, parents can enroll their children in sewing and LEGO classes. In the sewing class,…