Made In The Valley Discussion - April 5th

Think about all the objects that you use every day: How were they made? Who made them? Were any of them made in Montana? Did you make any of them yourself? 
The Bozeman Makerspace wants you to join this conversation about what you can gain from learning how things are made and how we can do a better job of making things, both locally and globally.
Made in the Valley is an upcoming panel discussion on the cultural and economic importance of makers and making in Bozeman area. 
The Makerspace is proud to present the following speakers to share their thoughts on making:
Dana Gleason, Co-founder, Mystery Ranch Backpacks
Matt Hertel, Co-founder, PocketNC desktop milling machinery
Eleanor Barker, Executive Director, Children’s Museum of Bozeman, STEAMlab
Justin Hogan, Staff Mechanic at Bozeman Bike Kitchen and Electrical Engineer
Made in the Valley will take place at the Bozeman Public Library’s large community room on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. This event will be free and open to the public. 

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