Robot Garden

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Robot Garden

Robot Garden
Status active
Country United States of America
State or District California
City Livermore
Date of founding 2012/10/20
Last Updated 2021-05-01
Website http://robotgarden.org
Facebook robotgarden
Twitter robogard
E-mail info@robotgarden.org
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2324 Second Street
94550 Livermore
United States of America

Number of members 30+"+" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 30.
Membership fee Early bird rate of $25 month for individuals and $40 month for families - will go up in 2014 as our equipment list has grown.
Size of rooms 5000 square feet
Members
Open to Exchanges? Yes"Yes" is not in the list (yes, no, maybe) of allowed values for the "Exchanges" property.
Open to Residencies? Yes"Yes" is not in the list (yes, no, maybe) of allowed values for the "Residencies" property.
Location 37° 42' 47.06" N, 121° 42' 7.71" W


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Robot Garden is a family friendly community workspace that provides access to tools in a community of interesting people building amazing things. Our goal is to offer classes, workspace, project storage and learning spaces for all ages. Check out our meetup page for access hours and workshop times.

Become a member online (or if just visiting — sign waiver!)

Robot Garden is open for anyone to join, you can drop in for a session or class or join our mailing list. Things are still getting started so please get involved and help shape Robot Garden into the kind of maker space you would like to see.

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If you love building robots or want somewhere for your kids to learn robotics; if you love Maker Faire but hate driving around the Bay Area for techshops, hacker dojos, cowork spaces and group workshops, Robot Garden is the place for you.

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