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Circuit Hacking Mondays 

When: Mondays, 7:30 p.m.
Price: Free

Mr. Fix-it

Ever wanted to build your own Drawdio pencil? Create a speaker out of an Altoids tin? Then stop by Noisebridge to learn some nerdy tricks on Circuit Hacking Monday. All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate in this weekly geek meetup. Instruction is free, although recurring participants are advised to buy prefab kits and donate to Noisebridge. Newcomers will be asked to pay for materials borrowed from class. If you already have something you're working on and are looking for guidance, bring it in for some advice. Or just stop by to talk shop! People interested in soldering, circuit boards, and cool, light-up technology stuff should mark their calendars.

Free (although purchasing a kit for $10-$35 is recommended); visit

— Samuel Sattin


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