Southern Door provides workshop for adults

The Southern Door School District is offering adults in the community the opportunity to participate in their weekly Fab Lab Workshop. The workshop is entitled “How to Make Just About Anything” and allows participants to create projects using laser engravers, 3D printers, vinyl cutters and more. The workshop will be held in the fabrication lab at Southern Door High School on Wednesday nights and be taught by former teacher Glen VanderVelden and current tech-ed teacher Seth Wilson. The program is in its third year and was created as a way for community members who work on these types of projects at home to take it to the next level. Southern Door Principal Steve Bousley says the workshop is open to anyone in Door County as it strengthens the connection throughout the county.



The Fab Lab Workshop will begin at 6 PM on September 18th and run for ten weekly sessions until November 20th. Registration for the workshop is $75 for Southern residents and $125 for non-residents. Application forms for the class can be found here.

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