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Welcome to the Maker Hive, a space to be creative together.  A place to disconnect from the digital world, so you can reconnect in the real world with a community of makers.

If you are a creative person and want to share your passion by teaching a workshop or a class, please contact

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Learn to crochet (All ages)
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Make a hat or a scarf in four weeks!

This is a hands-on, beginner crochet class designed for those who would like to learn crochet.  Learn to create a slip knot, a chain, a single crochet stitch, and a double crochet stitch.  And get started on your first project - beanie / hat or a scarf.  You will be surprised how quickly you will learn and make progress with this fun craft!

Abigail Aquino, mother of two daughters, a crocheter and small business owner will be teaching this class. She loves to show her girls that with every hat, earring or craft that there is no limit to your creativity.

Watercolor Painting (Teens & Adults)
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Learn the Art of Watercolor

In this introductory class led by Catrin Perih,  you will learn the methods and techniques of watercolor painting from how to create a wash to intricate details. Step by step instruction will be included and also time to work at your own pace, allowing you to discover and harness the magic and mystery of this

unique medium!

Catrin Perih is a painter and art educator based in Hastings on Hudson, NY. She was born and raised in Wales and has lived in New York since the late 1980s. Catrin has exhibited her work in Westchester and Brooklyn NY and in online exhibitions. Her work has been featured in publications including the book Lleisiau Voices, Words to Welsh Art. She has a studio in Hastings on Hudson where she enjoys working in watercolor, acrylic, oil and digital media.

Tinkering Clubs
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Tinkering clubs focused on building functional projects that incorporate electronics and coding.

This class is perfect for kids who love to build and create.  

Using primarily cardboard as our building material, we'll design, build, and decorate objects that move like buses, cars, and trains. We will also make our vehicles functional by adding lights and motors. 

For younger students (Ages 8 to 10), the focus is on learning cardboard engineering skills and basics of electric circuitry and electronic components like lights and motors.

For older students (Ages 10 to 12), we will dabble in 3D software design to created 3D printed parts for our vehicles. We will also program microcontrollers to see if our vehicles can accomplish challenges like escaping a box, moving up a ramp or staying on a track. 

Siblings discount available. And will work with anyone who needs reduced pricing.

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