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Craft Supplies

MakerSpace

TUESDAYS 4-6pm
Dinner DIY

Our MakerSpace is an extension of HeART Gallery and a ministry of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. We are located in the lower level of the church building at 428 N. Erie Street, downtown Toledo - handicap accessible with free adjacent parking. Our space  holds crafting supplies, Lego building, power tools, quality art supplies and a Soup Bar for each event.  We're committed to providing a place to further serve the needs of the local community by providing a workshop area and a healthy environment for learning, sharing and doing with those of many ages and abilities.

DINNER DIY is held on selected Tuesdays each month. Aimed for the “after-work” crowd, DIY hopefuls can drop by anytime between 4-6pm for a casual bowl of soup while making a trendy craft project.  Guests can learn to use  routers, drills, and miter saws on small projects that take 60-90 minutes to complete. Detailed instructions and supplies are provided at well-lit workspaces with an instructor on hand to answer questions or assist with tools. Registration in advance should be made to kate@stpaulstoledo.org.   Most projects are free of charge.

Space is also available, by reservation, for local residents who have their own supplies, but lack the 8’ tables, tools or room required to complete a project. A waiver is required at the time of reservation. Youth aged 18 and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

The MakerSpace is also the perfect place for Girl Scout badges, home schoolers, youth groups, and those looking for a out-of-the-ordinary date night.

Contact kate@stpaulstoledo.org for more information or to register for events.

Please register by email so we have enough supplies.  Come enjoy a bowl of soup and make something while relaxing!

Coming in May refurbished furniture as planters

CHECK CREATIVI-TEA for Saturday classes in the MakerSpace

SPRING PROJECTS

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Decoupage peat pots

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Air-dry clay terra cotta pots

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May Projects  Refurbished wood planters 

SOCIAL IMPACT • MAKERSPACE PROJECTS

This summer we plan to expand the MakerSpace program -  offering volunteer opportunities with social impact options.

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