HARWICH – Tucked down a back hallway in the Harwich Cultural Center is a space where some of Cape Cod’s best and brightest congregate to share ideas. It’s a room where concepts become a reality, where likeminded individuals join forces to see their dreams take flight.
The room, which was formerly used to teach home economics classes at the old Harwich Middle School before it was transformed into the cultural center, is actually a “makerspace” and home to the Cape Cod Makers, a non-profit organization committed to promoting and cultivating a culture that embraces do-it-yourself projects.
“We’re essentially a club,” explains Jesse Craig, a software engineer and Eastham resident who serves as an officer for the Cape Cod Makers. “Everybody who joins becomes a member.”
Although the makers are beginning to meet in person more frequently this spring as the…