Entries for September, 2014

SHHH 100001 – Super Happy Hacking House 33

Hello hackers, Tinkerers, Builders, Crafters, and Makers Its been far too long since funvill organized our last Super Happy Hacker House. So, it is my pleasure to invite you all to The Vancouver HackSpace on October 18th for an open house and a Super Happy Hacker House 33! Open house – (2PM till 6 PM) […]

Knitting and Sewing Night Pics from September 22nd

Thanks to everyone who attended knitting and sewing drop-in night on September 22nd. It was a wonderful evening of knitting, sewing, crafting, socializing, and of course sorting through our new fabric stash (donated by www.designtex.com). We had so much fun we’re doing it again on October 6th, from 7:30 to 10:30 pm.  Join us! Details […]

Knitting/Sewing/Crafting Drop In – Mon, Oct 6th, 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Join us for a fun night of knitting, sewing, and crafting.  FREE and open to everyone. When: Monday, October 6th, 7:30 – 10:30 PM Where:VHS 270 E 1st Ave What to bring: your own project (see below for suggested projects) Cost: FREE Register:  Let us know you’re coming (we have space for 20 people) Join us for a night of […]

Talk.hackspace.ca – New VHS forum

We have implemented a new forum system built with discourse.org. Its has all the features that you would expect from a modern forum system and its available now! SSL to prevent NSA from spying on our forum traffic Email notification and replies Login with OAuth, Google, Twitter, Facebook (yuck), Github, etc… Image upload support for Animated […]

Monday September 22: Join us for Knitting and Sewing Night

                                    Join us for a fun night of knitting and sewing.  FREE and open to everyone. When: Monday, September 22nd, 7:30 – 10:30 PM Where:VHS 270 E 1st Ave What to bring: your own yarn and needles, or […]

The Conductive Ink Challange

Recently Newark Canada organised a competition where contestants needed to create a project using Conductive Ink. Our very own Robert Butterworth had a crack at it and this is what he came up with. You can check out the full blog post and videos at www.TechArtBlog.com