Published: 9/11/2020 12:32:36 PM
Modified: 9/11/2020 12:32:22 PM
Concord’s makerspace is up and running again – or at least walking quickly – after COVID-19 knocked it down when it was still a newborn.
“We had opened three weeks before. We were just doing open houses and tours and just kind of getting going,” said Laura Miller, president of the board of directors for Making Matters N.H., looking back on the shutdown in March.
Making Matters had about 25 members when stay-at-home orders forced it to close. Two months later, full members were allowed to start using it again, under the usual limitations of the pandemic, but only recently has Making Matters begun recruiting new members. Miller said they have 35 members now with room for many more, and three artists renting cubicles.
“It’s very workable, because we have a big space,”…