We're kicking off a support program to bring Maker training--critical for the emerging economy-- to underserved and minority youth in our community who have long struggled with access to these equalizing skills.
For our inaugural fundraising event with…
For our inaugural fundraising event with FUEL, we're hosting a Cookout Social!
Buy a ticket-- help send a kid to class!
Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting tool & tech training for underserved community youth.
BBQ dinner served hot 6:30-7:30pm (after which sides & desserts and beverages will be available. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed by those 21+ only.)Franklinton Preparatory Student Steel Drum Band performance, 7pmMaker Stations, 7:30 pm: lockpicking challenge course, metalsmithing (copper punching & stamping), LED electronics project, leatherworking, augmented reality, laser project, photo stationMaker stations are designed for adults and school-aged youth with parental supervision. Tickets include the choice of BBQ or conventional grilled items like burgers & hot dogs paired with plenty of sides, desserts, & beverages.
The Maker movement is one of inclusion, equality, and love. Love for our creative passions, love for building something, love for our future, and love for humanity. The Idea Foundry and the Franklinton Urban Empowerment Lab are deeply saddened by recent events--rallies against the very democratic principles of equality we hold dear, demonstrations of hatred, racism and other forms of bigotry, the sporting of symbols that represent some of the darkest moments of our history. We are reminded how important it is to show up and do the right thing.
Can't make this event? Consider Donating in the ticket area to support this community partnership!
Please Email Casey@ideafoundry.com with any questions.
Additional Event info
You may arrive anytime, but hot food will be available 6:30-7:30 pm--after which sides & desserts and beverages will be available. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed by those 21+ only. Depending on how much time you spend at different Maker stations--you may or may not have time to visit every area. We don't guarantee you'll be able to participate in every project.
Important safety info
Projects are designed for adults and youth ages 14+ with parental supervision, and material encountered during this session may include small parts, choking hazards, or substances not meant for ingestion like coin cell batteries, or chemicals and may not suitable for handling by small or unsupervised children. Parents must remain with minors at all times. Some supplies, like adhesives and cutting implements, should only be handled by adults. There will be some activities open to younger children, but not all projects will be able to accommodate young children for safety purposes.
IF RSVPs indicate, vegetarian options can be available, but we cannot accommodate all special dietary requests and cannot certify that all ingredients are not processed in facilities that also handle nuts or tree nuts from caterers. You are welcome to bring your own food, snacks, or drinks, but we will not be able to provide a discount for doing so.
Tickets CIF Member $35CIF Member Family (2 adults, up to 2 kids) $70General Public, $50General Public Family (2 adults, up to 2 kids) $95Corporate Table (up to 6 seats), $250
CIF Member $35
CIF Member Family (2 adults, up to 2 kids) $70
General Public, $50
General Public Family (2 adults, up to 2 kids) $95
Corporate Table (up to 6 seats), $250
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