I’m really pleased to announce that we’re back to running in-person Open House nights every Wednesday from 7-9pm! It’s been a long year and half, but we’re eager to see new faces (even if they’re partially covered).
With our new “season” of open house, we have a few changes:
So if you’ve been curious to find out what Twin Cities Maker is all about, come by on a Wednesday night! We’d love to meet you and show off our little workshop.
Stay safe, stay healthy, and I hope we’ll see you soon….
Scott Hill, President
Twin Cities Maker
Hello TC Makers,
The Board would like to first and foremost thank you for giving us the time and your input as we try and thoughtfully move to a more open maker space. The survey results, comments, and conversations we have had with you over the past few weeks reflect the polarization seen in the wider community over COVID-19 prevention and vaccination. Based on your feedback on June 20th 2021 we will move to align more closely with current CDC guidelines:
There will be more movement to open TC Maker up in July and August as we work with the area managers to re-assess capacity limits and update the scheduling system in Clubhouse. What won’t be changing anytime in the near future are our fellow TC Makers that are immunocompromised or unvaccinated. As vaccination rates have soared in Minnesota leading to decreases in COVID-19 infection and mortality, what is being overlooked is a surge in cases amongst the unvaccinated and immunocompromised (Business Insider article). In fact, the infection and mortality rates in the unvaccinated are as bad as it was in December 2020 and the emergence of new variants, such as Delta, merit continued concern (CDC surveillance program).
If you are immunocompromised, unvaccinated, or have any concerns related to safety and accessibility please contact the board to discuss your specific situation by emailing the board. We’re actively exploring how to make our space more accessible to all members and it would be helpful to learn more about individual situations and requirements as the Boards conversation progresses.
Again, thank you for your continued input and we look forward to seeing everyone in TC Maker in the near future.
TC Maker Board