WALL TOWNSHIP — The grand reopening of the Computer Deconstruction Laboratory [CDL] at the InfoAge Science and History Learning Center is set for 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5.
The new CDL will be a fusion of two volunteer-run programs into a new nonprofit organization that will operate the makerspace and podcast studio at InfoAge, according to an InfoAge press release.
“We basically took the best parts of the two prior groups, and formulated a way to move both programs forward,” CDL founder Daniel Jacobs said.
Makerspaces are creative community works spaces where people can build and experiment with art, craft and technology projects while sharing tools and ideas with other community members.
The Computer Deconstruction Laboratory is located in InfoAge Building 9059, 2201 Marconi Road.
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