About Tam Makers

Tam Makers is a community of makers, teachers and students in Marin County. We build things together and offer courses, meetups and a makerspace at Tam High School in Mill Valley. To learn more, visit http://tammakers.org

Welcome to Tam Makers, our community of makers, teachers and students in Marin County.

While our in-person classes are on hold check out our Maker Zoom Meetings.

We created this community to serve your needs, whether you are interested in making things for yourself or supporting a makerspace for your children.

For a quick overview of some of our accomplishments and activities, take a look at our Year In Review 2018.

Our classes

This last fall, we offered two classes for adults and youth (16+): in which you could engage in maker activities from woodworking,  laser cutting, wood turning, CNC routing, Arduinos, vinyl cutting, how to make elegant boxes and cutting boards, to name but a few.

You can find out more in our Classes page, where you can sign up for these classes when they become available again.

Our makerspace (Currently closed due to Covid-19)

All events are at the Tamalpais High School woodshop/makerspace: 700 Miller Avenue (Room 416), Mill Valley, CA 94941. Here are the directions to our makerspace (please email us to arrange a visit, as we are only open a few evenings per week).

To get a feel for our space and community, check out the Tam Makers Photo Album.

Join our weekly Maker Zoom Meetings

Send an email to info@tammakers.org and ask for a link to the Maker Zoom Meetings

Meetups

See photos of previous meetups.

Make Making happen in Marin

Our aim is to bring together the tools and the people to form a vibrant community of makers in Southern Marin. We want to expand our lineup of evening classes in the Tam High woodshop/makerspace and also to make making activities available to high school and middle school students.

To hear about our ongoing activities and more opportunities for making in Marin , subscribe to our newsletter.

Meet our team

Organizers include: Geo Monley, Fabrice Florin, Howard Rheingold, Pierina dell’Avo and our maker friends, with the College of Marin’s  Community Ed program.

We are developing this program to build fun maker projects with our community and learn from each other.

For more information, visit tammakers.org . To stay in touch, subscribe to our newsletter. You can also email us at info@tammakers.org .

We hope you will join us. We invite you to share this page with friends and neighbors.

See you soon!