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Date(s) - 02/10/2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Makerspace Forsyth has taken on the goal to provide solar powered lanterns to 21 orphans in the village of Bungoma in Kenya. These lanterns are intended to be a safer, healthier alternative to the more commonly used kerosene lanterns that children often use for reading and doing schoolwork at night.
This build session will include soldering LEDs into 21 walkway lights in order to make them useful as solar powered lanterns. The mechanical assembly is done so we just need to solder the LEDs and pack the lights up for transport. If you’re up to the challenge, we could use you. Due to space limitations we will have to limit this to 6 volunteers.
For more information on the project, go here: http://makerspaceforsyth.com/share/in-the-community/lights-for-kenya/
If you can’t make it to the build you can still contribute by following the previous link and funding one of the lanterns using one of the convenient PayPal buttons.
Pictures From the Last Build Session:
What to Bring:
Bring nothing. Everything will be provided for you. We will have light refreshments for you to enjoy while you work.
Reservations are closed for this event.