Alamance Makers Guild is a forum facilitating projects and the sharing of meaningful Maker Stories.

Makers are Extraordinarily Varied

Makers create projects using various materials with distinctive designs and diverse degrees of skill and knowledge. Projects can have artistic, practical or commercial intent. We believe all makers have one thing in common… each project is also an inspiring story.

Makers Create Project Stories

Founded in 2011 and thriving thru 2020, Alamance Makers Guild was led by our fearless founder Bennett Harris. He is now pursuing other endeavors, and we are under the leadership and vision of longtime member and supporter Nim Batchelor. We plan to continue our monthly open meetings in the form of Project Story Meetings. This is where makers gather to listen, learn and share their knowledge, ideas and projects. Everyone is welcome. Check out the calendar below for our next maker event!

I like maker stories. Now what?

1) Join our monthly meetings held in various locations near us in Burlington, NC. 2) Follow our Social Media links above. 3) Visit our maker events calendar below to keep up with maker activities. 4) Subscribe to our newsletter for announcements!

Upcoming Maker Events

Alamance Makers Guild and Community Maker Events

Alamance Makers Guild March Meetup Image

Design Quandaries and Lessons Learned

April Maker Meetup.

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Video Production

IF you are interested in learning how to create and post better videos and IF you are interested in learning about the tools used by amateurs to create high-quality videos (cameras, microphones, editing software, lighting, etc.), THEN this meeting is for you! May Memorial Library in Downtown Burlington

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Share Your Maker Story Meetup

All makers welcome. TS Designs at 2053 Willow Springs Ln, Burlington, NC 27215. Light dish potluck. Free!

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Intro to Arduino Workshop

No experience is needed! Bring your laptop and we will provide you with everything else. In this hands-on workshop, we will 1.) help get your laptop connected to an Arduino. 2.) install and get started using a programming interface, and (3) write a short program that will communicate with the Arduino and cause it to do something in the real world. Free! See more info here >>

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Share Your Maker Story Meetup

Join us at our first meeting since 2019. All makers welcome. Kernodle Senior Center at 535 S Mebane St in Burlington at 7pm. Light dish potluck. Free!

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