FCFI is an approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit. We are working to build a collaborative community, in Frankfort, Kentucky, where Makers, Entrepreneurs, Families, Individuals, and Children will learn new skills, start a business, be entertained, and build a culture of making new and innovative things. It's A MAKERSPACE!
801 Schenkel Lane, Suite 200, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 - email@example.com - (502)382-0367
We are a group of high school seniors from Frankfort High School. As our senior year internship, the four of us are working with the Franklin Center for Innovation’s Makerspace to build and print 3D models of local and statewide historic landmarks.
Most importantly, makerspaces allow us to explore, create new things, or improve things that already exist.
At Thorn Hill ... This partnership will offer a collaborative learning environment for sustainable gardening systems.
The Frankfort Crafted Market is a handmade multi vendor shopping experience for unique, local artisan-made gifts and treats.
Joining a group is a great way to get started, share your work, and stay informed. It's like Facebook ...
In March 2020, new neighbors moved into 801 Schenkel Lane, where they developed a community of innovators, critical thinkers, crafters and discoverers.
Classes on Woodworking, CNC Routers, 3D Printing, and more.
Camps on STEAM ... Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
BRAIN CRATE CLUB - open your mind
Check out the website to learn more.
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