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Bellingham Foundry’s Makerspace will hold grand opening

Co-owner Troy Greig shows some items made from 3-D printers at The Foundary, at 1515 North State Street in Bellingham on Sept. 11, 2015. The new community workshop lets members learn to use both traditional and new technology to make things.
Co-owner Troy Greig shows some items made from 3-D printers at The Foundary, at 1515 North State Street in Bellingham on Sept. 11, 2015. The new community workshop lets members learn to use both traditional and new technology to make things. The Bellingham Herald

With its renovations complete, the Bellingham Foundry Makerspace is hosting a grand opening June 13-14.

A variety of events will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 13, at 1515 N. Forest St. including free tours and refreshments. Presentations include one from Enayla Cosplay talking about costume construction.

On Sunday, June 14, activities include an all-ages Minecraft tournament followed by a Lego party featuring team challenges. Advance registration and a participation fee is required for the tournament and party. The events run from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.

The Bellingham Foundry is a community workshop that offers cutting edge technology and tools for creative people. For details, visit bellinghamfoundry.com.

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