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Pumping Station: One Birthday Bash

Pumping Station: One

Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM (PDT)

Pumping Station: One Birthday Bash

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Four years and a month ago a rowdy bunch of hackers and makers moved into what would be Pumping Station: One's first location. Come celebrate our fourth anniversary in our new space!

When: May 4th, 7PM – Demos and reception; 10PM – Live music!
Where: Pumping Station: One, 3519 N. Elston (near Addison and Kedzie)

We'll have some of our awesome projects and demonstrations on display for you, so come check them out! We'll have:

  • Souped-up Power Wheels Racers

  • DIY Quadcopter

  • Brain-based Jacob's Ladder

  • WindowFarm

  • THUNDER SLINKY!

  • Other cool things!

 

It wouldn't be a real hackerspace party if there wasn't some good ol' fashioned hacking going on:

  • Make art with lasers!

  • Silkscreen your own art poster!

  • Learn to solder and walk away with your very own blinkie badge!

  • Print your first object using one of our 3D printers

We'll have liquid refreshments and some light snacks. Later on we'll have music and a light up LED birthday cake.  Feel free to invite your friends, too!

All funds will go to helping us build out our new kitchen area.

Have questions about Pumping Station: One Birthday Bash? Contact Pumping Station: One

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Pumping Station: One
3519 N Elston



Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM (PDT)


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Pumping Station: One

Pumping Station One is a hackerspace located in Chicago. Its mission is to foster a collaborative environment wherein people can explore and create intersections between technology, science, art, and culture.

What are we?

We are a collaborative environment for people to explore the intersections between technology, art and culture. We are a hacker space similar to others such as the Cowtown Computer Congress, NYC Resistor, NoiseBridge, HACDC, and other groups around the country.

We also fulfill our role as a community resource by hosting classes on electronics, programming, crafts, and any other skills that members (or guests) are willing to share.

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