Sarasota, Fla. (Jan 7, 2020)–The new year is upon us and the Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab is inviting you to get motivated to crush your health and fitness resolutions through a unique, hands-on workshop! Using the Fab Lab’s high-tech laser cutter, workshop participants will laser engrave an insulated water bottle with the design of their choice. Hydration is key to reach your goals so get ready to take it up a notch! Your name, a motivational quote, or even a logo. The possibilities are endless!
Water Bottle Engraving Workshop Details
Hour-long sessions are available from 2-7 pm on Saturday, January 23, 2021, in the Fab Lab at 4452 S Beneva Road, Sarasota, FL 34233. No experience is needed for the workshop, just a willingness to explore and have fun. Up to three family members or adults are permitted per $50 registration. Registration includes one water bottle. Additional bottles may be purchased at registration. BYOB: If you wish to bring your own water bottle to engrave, please contact the lab to ensure the bottle is compatible with the machine before registering.
In an effort to keep workshop participants and lab staff as safe as possible amid COVID-19, limited slots are available each hour. Additionally, participants over age 12 are required to wear a face covering. Participants under age 12 are highly encouraged to wear a face covering but not required. Face coverings are available at the lab for anyone who does not have their own.
To learn more and register for the workshop, visit us online.
About the Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab
The Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded with the mission to inspire and support tomorrow’s innovators through experiential learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Through its fabrication lab and innovative programs, the Suncoast Science Center encourages people of all ages to explore ideas, build skills and confidence, and become lifelong learners. To learn more, visit the website or connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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