Jared Nielsen is going to instruct us in making stools out of the leftover pallets. He'll walk us through the proper usage of drills, saws and a miter saw. FYI: Jared is the one that guided us through making the fantastic pallet workbenches and finished them up.
If you would like to make a stool to take home, please supply your own heat-treated pallet(s). We might have some leftover so first come first served!
Jared "I have a big pile of materials to bring over. A lot of nice hardwoods, sheet goods and acrylic, all of which can be used for stools and a wall (and more)."
We may wrap up sooner than 2pm depending.
Age: 10+ (under 13 requires a guardina present)
The Blue Line Grand Station at Washington and Grand is 2 blocks away in front of LA Trade Tech College and there are several bus stops within a block as well.
Take the 105 East (Century Freeway) to the 110 North (Harbor Freeway). Exit on Adams. Turn right on Adams. Take Adams to Broadway, turn left. The L.A. Mart is at the corner of Broadway and Washington (1933 S. Broadway).
From San Fernando Valley
Take the 101 South (Ventura Freeway) to the 110 South (Harbor Freeway) to the 10 East (Santa Monica Freeway). Take the Grand Avenue exit, proceed to Broadway. Turn right on Broadway. Pass Washington Blvd. The L.A. Mart is on the right (1933 S. Broadway).
From San Gabriel Valley/Inland Empire
Take the 10 West (Santa Monica Freeway) or the 60 West (Pomona Freeway) to the 10 West. Take the Los Angeles Street exit. Take 17th Street to Broadway. Turn left on Broadway. The LA Mart is at the corner of Broadway and Washington (1933 S. Broadway).
From Long Beach/Orange County
Take the 5 (Santa Ana/Golden State Freeway) to the 10 West (Santa Monica Freeway). Take the Los Angeles Street exit. Take 17th Street to Broadway. Turn left on Broadway. The L.A. Mart is at the corner of Broadway and Washington (1933 S. Broadway).
1,126 on-site and adjacent visitor, tenant and employee parking spaces
$10.00 – Monday through Sunday, $5 after 4pm, plenty of street parking with 4 hour meters.
NOTE: Parking on Hill Street is FREE on Sunday
Entry on Saturday and Sundays and Weekdays after 6pm is through the Employee Entrance to the left of the main LA Mart doors.
When & Where
The Los Angeles Makerspace is a non-profit community space for makers of all ages to work on projects and take classes in software, hardware, electronics, robotics, art, filmmaking, bio-tech, eco-tech, wearable-tech and more.