Robot Garden is a family friendly community workspace (makerspace).  We provide access to project tools along with a group of interesting people that discuss & build amazing things. Our goal is to offer classes, workspace and learning spaces for all ages. Tours are offered on Saturdays following our monthly Community Meetings or by appointment, please email us at info@robotgarden.or­g to schedule. Check our Meetup page for a calendar of events such as our monthly Community Meetings.


Upcoming events

3D Printing Safety & Basic Use (SBU) at Robot Garden

Held by Robot Garden on 26 August 2017 12:30 PM

The introductory Robot Garden 3D printer Safety & Basic Use (SBU) class will get you up and running with the Robot Garden's 3D printers. 

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Let’s Build A Robot

Held by Robot Garden on 26 August 2017 2:30 PM

Robots are rapidly moving into our everyday lives. How about learning to build your very own robot? Come to our introduction to robot building seminar to find out how easy it can be to build your own robot. Personal robotics is becoming more acces... Read More

Udacity Robotics Study Group

Held by Robot Garden on 28 August 2017 6:00 PM

Are you doing the Robotics Nanodegree? Let's meet for study group and solve problems, get simulations running, do study assignments and socialize. It doesn't matter which term you're doing - or even just studying the Udacity Explorer Projects onli... Read More

HAM friends - Current project LART1

Held by Robot Garden on 29 August 2017 7:00 PM

Our current project is a little Arduino Mega based APRS tracker. But that does not mean, it's the only possible topic.

We'll likely do every Tuesday for a while...

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Laser Cutting/Engraving SBU

Held by Robot Garden on 2 September 2017 12:30 PM

Learn to use Robot Garden's 50W CO2 laser cutter / engraver. We will cover basic shop safety, operation, and emergency procedures that you will need to know in operating our Full Spectrum 20"x12" 50W CO2 laser. After taking this course, you'll be ... Read More

Supported By: Nuanced Media

Robot Garden is open for anyone to join. Please take tours, classes or join our mailing list. Unlike other makerspaces, Robot Garden is non-profit and totally volunteer-run so please get involved