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Upcoming events

    • 2018-11-29
    • 2018-12-20
    • 4 sessions
    • 2
    Register


    Learn basic shaping through 2 dishcloth patterns through step-by-step instruction and practice.

    Learn the basics of knitting through casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch and binding off. These skills will enable the knitter to make anything that will be square or rectangular. But the exciting part of knitting starts with shaping skills that will make other shapes and eventually garments possible. This class will explore increases, decreases and simple short-row techniques to make a bias-knit washcloth and then a pin-wheel shaped washcloth.


    This is a 4 part series taking place on Thursdays November 29th, and December 6th, December 13th, and December 20th. Plan to attend all four days.


    Materials: (please plan to bring)

    • A circular needle size 7 
    • A ball of Peaches and Cream or similar quality/weight cotton yarn. 
    These are available at Walmart, Joann's or Hobby Lobby.


      Requirements:

      • Participants should have completed Knitting for the Absolute Beginner OR be comfortable with casting-on, knit, purl and binding off.
      • 14 and older


      About the Instructor: Sara Jones is the Textile Lab Team Lead for Cruces Creatives. She has been knitting since 2001 and doing other fiber arts for more than 30 years.


      • 2018-12-07
      • 5:00 PM
      • 2019-01-02
      • 8:00 PM
      • Project Room



      December First Friday featured artist:

      Artist Victor Beckmann presents his MFA Thesis exhibition "#hastag: follow me".  His art focuses on social media and the way it affects how we are perceived as well as the ways in which we curate ourselves online. 

      The work explores the use of hashtags and iconography from the digital realm as a language of adornment through photography and jewelry. 


      Opening Reception: 12/7 5-8 PM

      Show Run: 12/7 - 1/2


      https://www.vmbeckmann.com

      https://www.instagram.com/vmbeckmann/

      • 2018-12-12
      • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • 2
      Register

      Basic Wood Shop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)


      This is the basic required safety course for using the Wood Shop as it is before the new HVAC system. After completing this course you will be able to use the small table saw, the sliding compound miter saw, the battery powered hand drills and circular saw, the jigsaw, powered sander, and scroll saw.

      Instructor: David Clark

      - To register for this class you must be a current member of Cruces Creatives. - 

      • 2018-12-12
      • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • electronics room
      • 8
      Register




      3D printing as a general technology has the potential to be a disruptive technology; by combining multiple conceptual elements of manufacturing, design, and material-science, 3d printers allow for bespoke and ad-hoc manufacturing on a desktop scale.

      An introductory level class on 3d printing. Basics of machine operation, software, and associated medias. Demonstrations of techniques, general knowledge, insight and tips from a self-proclaimed expert.

      Class details:

      >History, concepts, and types of 3D printers

      >3D file formatting concepts

      >Introduction to slicer software

      >In-depth function and purpose of slicer, application for prints

      >Basic machine parts, functions, and calibrations

      >Bed adhesion, Retraction, and other tricks

      Instructor details:

      Reese Luckie is the resident 3d printing guru at Cruces Creatives.

      What to bring:

      a laptop computer if available, 8 gig USB jump drive



      • 2018-12-12
      • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
      • Textile Room
      Register


      The Charitable Crafting Project makes textiles for good causes: children's clothing to replenish the supplies at Gospel Rescue Mission; blankets, clothing, and holiday bags for Casa de Peregrinos; and other charitable projects proposed by participants.

      In a collaborative effort, participants work hands-on, going through the entire process of garment construction. Participants with higher levels of skills in a particular area can guide those with lower skill levels, and we'll make as many garments as we have the time, materials, and labor to make. 

      This is a free program using donated materials. If you’d like to be involved, you can

      • Help make clothing by sewing or assisting during the charitable crafting sessions
      • Donate fabric or other sewing supplies by dropping them off at Cruces Creatives during business hours. The project can use yarn, fabric pieces of ½ a yard or longer, inner facings and linings, and other sewing supplies and notions.

      More information about the program is below.

      Pre-requisites: 

      • Safety training for the Cruces Creatives textile room (provided free at the beginning of each Charitable Crafting session)
      • Previous sewing experience is helpful, but not required. If you don't sew, you can come to pin and cut, iron, and make information labels. If you can't stay to create, donate!

      What to bring:
      Multiple sewing machines and many supplies are available, so all you need to bring is yourself. More supplies and equipment would be welcome, though, so if you’re able, please bring sewing supplies like scissors, pins, and the like; sewing notions like buttons, elastic, zippers, lace and trim, and thread; and—if you’d like to use a familiar machine—your sewing machine.

      Ages: 
      18 and older, or 14-17 with a parent or guardian present

      About the facilitator:
      Dina Honeycutt has been sewing and practicing other textile crafts for about 45 years, making clothing and toys for friends, family, and charitable projects. She especially enjoys cooperative work for its opportunities to share knowledge and skills. 


      • 2018-12-12
      • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      • Multipurpose Room
      Register


      Learn the basics of making chainmail for function, fun, or financial gain. Patterns, practice techniques, and comparative methodologies will be taught. Leave the class with a chainmail scrubber, a dice bag, or the start of a full set of armor.

      Wear grubby clothes since the galvanized steel can be messy.

      Ages: 18 and older, 14-17 with parental permission, or 13 with a parent/guardian present.

      Cost: $18.50 for non-members, $16.65 for members

      About the Instructor

      Christopher Robin Consaul has been making chainmail, first as a hobby and then as a business, for almost 25 years.


      • 2018-12-14
      • 2018-12-15
      • 2 sessions
      • Woodshop and Breezeway
      • 6
      Register


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      Help make doghouses for dogs adopted through the Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley!

      In a team effort, participants in this workshop will use hand tools to turn pallet wood and reclaimed lumber into canine casas, then deliver the completed doghouses to the Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley, which offers pet adoptions at the Saturday Farmers’ Market.

      To participate, please be ready to do at least one of the following processes:

      • Dismantle wooden pallets
      • Measure pieces
      • Pencil in cut-lines
      • Saw on lines
      • Sand
      • Plan a design
      • Assemble pieces (hold pieces in place, drill holes, screw pieces together)
      • Paint or stain
      • Lift doghouse
      • Transport doghouses to the north end of the Farmers’ Market

      Participants can attend the Friday session, the Saturday session, or both. 

      Registration is by supply donation. Please bring either sandpaper, screws, nails, stain, or paint. 

      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

      Ages: 18 and older unless accompanied by a parent or guardian

      What to wear/bring:

      • Wear sturdy shoes and clothing. Bring warm clothing for optional outdoor work in the breezeway and for the Saturday delivery.
      • Gloves and goggles are available, but if you’d like your own, please bring them.

      Maximum Number of Participants: 8

      Cost: Supply donation. Please bring either sandpaper, screws, nails, stain, or paint.

      About the Facilitator:

      Misty Sophie regularly builds doghouses for donation to the Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley.



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      • 2018-12-14
      • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
      • Multipurpose Room
      Register


      Join Cruces Creatives for a free screening of One Warm Line: The Legacy of Stan Rogers, a musical documentary on the founder of contemporary Canadian folk music. The event is followed by a discussion on Rogers’s writing and impacts, led by local songwriters.

      All ages welcome. (Parental alert: one song in the documentary features mild language.)

      • 2018-12-15
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2018-12-15
      • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • Parking Lot, Multipurpose Room, Conference Room & Classroom, AV Room, Future Kids' Room
      Register




      If you’re looking for locally made gifts for the holidays, visit the first annual Artisan Fair to see the work of multiple local artisans and crafters. The fair also features live music, kids' activities, and a silent auction. 

      If you're an artisan or crafter, you can be part of the first annual Artisan Fair. Showcase your best work and gain valuable experience in marketing your original art-work.

      Area artists or crafters who would like an opportunity to participate may apply for a 10' X 10' booth space for $35 on a first come, first served basis. Members of Cruces Creatives may request a booth space for $20.

      Application packets for vendors are available at the Cruces Creatives front desk; by calling Nancy Hastings, Event Coordinator, at 575.541.5744; and through the following links:

      Mesilla Valley ArtisanCrafters Guild Artisan Fair Application.docx

      Mesilla Valley ArtisanCrafters Guild Letter to Vendors.docx

      Mesilla Valley ArtisanCrafters Guild Rules and Regulations.docx

      The deadline for vendor applications is November 14th. Please return vendor applications to the Cruces Creatives front desk or email them to Nancy Hastings at n.hastings@crucescreatives.org.


      In case of inclement weather, the Artisan Fair will be cancelled.

      • 2018-12-15
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


      • 2018-12-19
      • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • 2
      Register

      Basic Wood Shop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)


      This is the basic required safety course for using the Wood Shop as it is before the new HVAC system. After completing this course you will be able to use the small table saw, the sliding compound miter saw, the battery powered hand drills and circular saw, the jigsaw, powered sander, and scroll saw.

      Instructor: David Clark

      - To register for this class you must be a current member of Cruces Creatives. - 

      • 2018-12-22
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      • Textile Room
      Register


      The Charitable Crafting Project makes textiles for good causes: children's clothing to replenish the supplies at Gospel Rescue Mission; blankets, clothing, and holiday bags for Casa de Peregrinos; and other charitable projects proposed by participants.

      In a collaborative effort, participants work hands-on, going through the entire process of garment construction. Participants with higher levels of skills in a particular area can guide those with lower skill levels, and we'll make as many garments as we have the time, materials, and labor to make. 

      This is a free program using donated materials. If you’d like to be involved, you can

      • Help make clothing by sewing or assisting during the charitable crafting sessions
      • Donate fabric or other sewing supplies by dropping them off at Cruces Creatives during business hours. The project can use yarn, fabric pieces of ½ a yard or longer, inner facings and linings, and other sewing supplies and notions.

      More information about the program is below.

      Pre-requisites: 

      • Safety training for the Cruces Creatives textile room (provided free at the beginning of each Charitable Crafting session)
      • Previous sewing experience is helpful, but not required. If you don't sew, you can come to pin and cut, iron, and make information labels. If you can't stay to create, donate!

      What to bring:
      Multiple sewing machines and many supplies are available, so all you need to bring is yourself. More supplies and equipment would be welcome, though, so if you’re able, please bring sewing supplies like scissors, pins, and the like; sewing notions like buttons, elastic, zippers, lace and trim, and thread; and—if you’d like to use a familiar machine—your sewing machine.

      Ages: 
      18 and older, or 14-17 with a parent or guardian present

      About the facilitator:
      Dina Honeycutt has been sewing and practicing other textile crafts for about 45 years, making clothing and toys for friends, family, and charitable projects. She especially enjoys cooperative work for its opportunities to share knowledge and skills. 


      • 2018-12-22
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2018-12-22
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


      • 2018-12-22
      • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • Classroom & Conference Room
      • 9
      Register


      Learn and practice a comprehensive strategy for writing catchy melodies and matching them to lyrical ideas. Through demonstration followed by group and individual practice with instructor support, you’ll develop new options for writing songs and leave with the start of a melody, ideas for lyrics, and options for overall song structure—or more.

      No previous experience with songwriting or musicianship is required.

      What to bring

      • An audio recording device (a phone app will work fine)
      • OPTIONAL: An instrument, especially one you can’t play very well. A keyboard is available.
      • OPTIONAL: Topics you’ve wanted to write a song about

      Ages: 18 and older, or 12-17 with a parent or guardian present

      Cost: Free to members, $10 for the general public

      About the Instructor:

      Pat DeSimio is an award-winning Las Cruces songwriter who specializes in traditional-sounding folk, Celtic, and bluegrass music. His songs have been adopted by religious groups throughout the country and covered by artists including Darryl Purpose, Steve Makofka and the Turtle Chasers, Hana Zara, and more. He holds an M.A. in rhetoric and professional communication from NMSU, with an emphasis in composition (i.e., writing processes). 


      • 2018-12-24
      • 2019-01-01

      Closed for the Holidays

      Happy Holidays everyone!

      • 2019-01-02
      • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • 2
      Register

      Basic Wood Shop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)


      This is the basic required safety course for using the Wood Shop as it is before the new HVAC system. After completing this course you will be able to use the small table saw, the sliding compound miter saw, the battery powered hand drills and circular saw, the jigsaw, powered sander, and scroll saw.

      Instructor: David Clark

      - To register for this class you must be a current member of Cruces Creatives. - 

      • 2019-01-05
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2019-01-05
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


      • 2019-01-12
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2019-01-12
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


      • 2019-01-19
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2019-01-19
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


      • 2019-01-26
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      Register

      Hub Community Bike Shop

      Led by Velo Cruces

       .   


      Learn from volunteer mechanics by getting hands-on experience repairing bikes.

      Children welcome with adult supervision.


      Free weekly event, come in any time between 8am and 12pm on Saturdays.


      Used adult and child bikes are available for sale to support the kids bike giveaway, Hub Community Bike Shop, and local bike programming.

      Velo Cruces is a 501c3 organization.


      • 2019-01-26
      • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
      • 5
      Register

      Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools


      Learn the basic parts of a bike and some of the common tools used to fix them. 


      Velo Cruces, a Cruces Creatives partner that runs the Community Bike Shop, hosts this teaching session for free for the community. 


    Past events

    2018-12-08 Appreciation Day
    2018-12-08 Wind Tunnel Flyers - Make Flying Things!
    2018-12-08 Composting Workshop
    2018-12-08 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-12-08 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-12-07 All-Original Open Mic
    2018-12-07 Winter Cleaning Day
    2018-12-06 Intro to Chainmail
    2018-12-05 Clarity Course: Ballet, What to Anticipate
    2018-12-05 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-12-05 Basic Wood Shop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-12-04 Crossroads Songcrafting Collaborative
    2018-12-04 Upcycling Archaic Tech
    2018-12-01 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-12-01 Monitor Training - Desk System
    2018-12-01 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-12-01 Marble Run Challenge - All Ages
    2018-12-01 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-12-01 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-11-28 Intro to Chainmail
    2018-11-28 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-11-27 Upcycling Archaic Tech
    2018-11-24 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-11-21 Closed for Thanksgiving
    2018-11-20 Crossroads Songcrafting Collaborative
    2018-11-17 Impromptu Game Night!
    2018-11-17 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-11-17 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-11-17 Back Monitor Training
    2018-11-17 Salvage Day! Disassemble a Copier
    2018-11-17 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-11-17 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-11-17 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-11-16 Poetry Slam & Open Mic
    2018-11-14 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-11-14 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-11-13 Collage Invasion!
    2018-11-13 Entrepreneur Encounters - Panel Discussion
    2018-11-10 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-11-07 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-11-03 Beginning Sewing: Tote Bag
    2018-11-03 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-11-03 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-11-03 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-11-02 Ordinary Elephant Performance and Songtalk
    2018-11-02 First Friday November
    2018-10-31 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-10-30 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-10-27 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-10-27 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-10-27 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-10-26 FREE Kid's Halloween - Trunk or Treat and more!
    2018-10-25 Improve Your Handwriting (On the Way to Calligraphy)
    2018-10-24 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-10-23 Back Monitor Training
    2018-10-20 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-10-20 Saturday Figure - drawing/painting model sessions
    2018-10-20 Front Monitor Training
    2018-10-20 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-10-20 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-10-20 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-10-18 Knitting for the Absolute Beginner
    2018-10-18 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-10-17 Beginning Weaving on a Homemade Frame Loom
    2018-10-17 Mesilla Valley Artisan/Crafters Guild Meeting
    2018-10-17 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-10-13 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-10-13 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-10-13 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-10-11 A New Unified Field Theory and Crucial Experiment
    2018-10-10 Bike Chain Holiday Ornaments with VeloCruces
    2018-10-10 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-10-10 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-10-10 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-10-08 Fall T-Shirt Fundraiser
    2018-10-06 Realism with Colored Pencil
    2018-10-06 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-10-06 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-10-05 Pop-Art-ists First Friday Art Show
    2018-10-04 3D Graphics for Everyone with SketchUp
    2018-10-03 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-10-03 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-10-02 Crossroads Songcrafting Collaborative
    2018-09-29 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-29 Introductory 3d Printing
    2018-09-29 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-29 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-09-29 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-09-26 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-09-24 Board Meeting
    2018-09-22 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-09-22 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-09-22 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-09-21 Friday Figure - drawing/painting model sessions
    2018-09-20 Knitting for the Absolute Beginner
    2018-09-19 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-09-19 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-19 Mesilla Valley Artisan/Crafters Guild Meeting
    2018-09-19 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-09-15 Make a LEGO Stop Motion Movie
    2018-09-15 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-15 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-09-15 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-09-15 X-Carve Safety and Basic Use
    2018-09-12 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-09-12 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-09-12 Basic Woodshop Safety Training (pre-HVAC)
    2018-09-08 Makerspace Fundraiser: A Night of Improv Comedy and Karaoke
    2018-09-08 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-09-08 Las Cruces Heritage Festival (Mini)
    2018-09-08 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-09-06 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-04 Crossroads Songcrafting Collaborative
    2018-09-01 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-01 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-09-01 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-09-01 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-08-29 Introduction to Audio Recording
    2018-08-28 Nikola Tesla: Electrical Engineer, Inventor & Visionary
    2018-08-25 X-Carve Free Intro and Demonstration
    2018-08-25 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-08-25 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-08-25 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-08-18 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-08-18 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-08-18 Fix-It Fair
    2018-08-18 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-08-15 Mesilla Valley Artisan/Crafters Guild Meeting
    2018-08-13 Board Meeting
    2018-08-11 What the Heck is a 3D Printer 101
    2018-08-11 Watercolor: Self-Portrait
    2018-08-11 Introduction to Photoshop
    2018-08-11 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-08-11 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-08-09 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-08-08 Charitable Crafting Project
    2018-08-07 Crossroads Songcrafting Collaborative
    2018-08-04 Wanted: New Life for Vacant Land in Las Cruces - Discussion #3
    2018-08-04 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-08-04 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-08-04 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-08-04 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-08-01 Wheel Truing Class
    2018-07-28 Classic Country and Folk Songwriting Showcase and Q&A
    2018-07-28 Knitting for the Absolute Beginner
    2018-07-28 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-07-28 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-07-24 What the Heck is a 3D Printer 101
    2018-07-23 T-Shirt Fundraiser
    2018-07-21 Advanced Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-07-21 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-07-21 Charitable Crafting
    2018-07-21 Bargue Drawing Workshop
    2018-07-21 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-07-20 Paper Quilling: The Art of Coiled Paper
    2018-07-20 Startup Las Cruces
    2018-07-19 What the Heck is a 3D Printer 101
    2018-07-18 Printer Repair and Maintenance
    2018-07-18 Mesilla Valley Artisan/Crafters Guild
    2018-07-17 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-07-16 Board Meeting
    2018-07-14 Wanted: New Life for Vacant Land in Las Cruces - Discussion #2
    2018-07-14 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-07-14 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-07-07 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-07-07 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-07-05 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-07-02 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-06-30 Pyrotechnic Art!
    2018-06-30 Intro to Bikes and Bike Tools
    2018-06-30 Weekly Community Bike Shop
    2018-06-29 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-06-28 Basic Textile Lab Safety Training
    2018-06-22 Wanted - New Life for Vacant Land in Las Cruces
    2018-05-30 Tie Dye with Indigo
    2018-05-26 Build and Take Home a Johnson-Su Composting Bioreactor: Compost More Materials and Help Your Plants
    2018-05-19 Meet the Makerspace Party
    2018-05-12 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace - Last Official Saturday
    2018-05-05 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-04-28 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-04-21 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-04-14 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-04-07 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-03-24 Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-03-10 Another BIG Day - Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
    2018-03-03 It's Here: The BIG Day - Volunteer to Make the Makerspace
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