Posts Tagged ‘event’

Birthday Bonanza and Grand Re-opening

No promises that DK or the big M will show, but there have been rumors...

This week Pumping Station: One turns two years old!  Not only are we older and wiser, but we’re getting bigger too!  As you may have read on this blog, we’ve recently doubled our footprint in our building, adding on another classroom and a dedicated workshop.  To celebrate and show off our new space, this Friday, April 15th, we’ll be throwing a birthday party and grand re-opening (not that we actually closed).  We’ll have making-related activities like electronics and desktop trebuchet kits early on, as well as a DJ and liquid refreshments.  The festivities start at 6 PM.  Donations of $5-10 at the door requested.

Feel free to RSVP.

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04 2011

Chicago Open Science Meetup Sunday

Chicago Open Science Group

ChiOpenSci

ChiOpenSci‘s first meeting will be this Sunday, September 12 at 4pm!

Come and learn how you can be a part of open research and be a citizen scientist.

We’ll be discussing projects, open science tools, and defining goals for ChiOpenSci.

Where: Pumping Station: One 3354 N. Elston Ave

Cost: Free and open to the public

Who: Citizen scientists, professional scientists, enthusiasts, hobbyists, experimentalists, computationalists, theorists – interested in studying natural phenomena and studying problems via the scientific method and sharing their results.

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09 2010