Maker Mondays are back at Madjax this Spring
Updated: Apr 5, 2022
A participant in the Maker Mondays Book Arts workshop is sewing together her book. Photo by: Kyra Zylstra
Written By Madeleine Mills-Craig
MUNCIE, Ind. – Have you ever wanted to learn a new skill or get out in the community and explore different fields? If so, Maker Mondays are perfect for you! Meet your friends and family at Madjax to explore new activities through our programmed events. From bookbinding to coffee brewing, there are new and exciting things to explore.
“We are very excited about growing the diversity of opportunities for people to explore new trades, learn a new skill, and share their maker knowledge and creations with the community,” said Future of Work director, Kyra Zylstra. “Each Monday we are featuring a different Madjax Maker through our workshop series. For only $5 you can participate in really fun and interesting activities to explore a new skill or hobby.”
Upcoming sessions include binding books on April 4, creating collages on April 11, coffee brewing class on April 18, and exploring Aerial arts on April 25. The workshops are great for families, students, and adults. The Maker Mondays series is hosted by The Future of Work at Madjax throughout the months of April and May. Space is available but limited, sign up for the small group workshops now at www.madjax.org/events.