Inaugural Made at the Forge Auction set for May 10 at 6pm
(Greensboro, NC) — On May 10th at 6pm, Forge Greensboro will open their Inaugural Made at the Forge Auction fundraising event in downtown Greensboro at 219 West Lewis Street as an exhibit of items made by Forge members for public and online auction.
The Made at the Forge Auction goes live during the event, and will run as an online auction for two weeks. The items for auction include 3D printed T-Rex skeleton, wood and metal housewares and sculpture, membership specials, free classes and much more. Forge members and makers will also give live demonstrations of Forge equipment including a new CNC Router, laser engravers, and pottery wheels. Light and food & drink will be available.
All proceeds from the Made at the Forge Auction will benefit the Forge’s current fundraising campaign, Forge Ahead. The campaign hopes to raise $200,000 to support membership growth, expand educational workshops and community programs and add new equipment for member use.
Forge Greensboro is a community makerspace. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, the Forge’s goal is to provide affordable access to tools and technology. For a small monthly fee, entrepreneurs, small businesses, artisans, students, hobbyists, and inventors gain 24/7 access to a facility with 3D printers, a woodshop, machining, welding, and laser engravers, as well as a community of makers with whom to collaborate, learn, and make.
For more info, go to the homepage at www.forgegreensboro.org.