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.

We offer courses for adults and teens, meetups and a new makerspace at Tamalpais High School, in our state-of-the-art wood shop and computer lab.

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

Take our classes

This fall, we are offering a wide range of classes for adults and youth: from Arduino to laser cutting, hand tools, wood turning and how to make elegant boxes, to name but a few.

Learn more in our Classes page, where you can sign up for these classes before they fill up.

All classes start at 6pm. Teens can also sign up for these classes if their parent enrolls with them.

Visit our makerspace

All events are at Tamalpais High School, in our state-of-the-art wood shop and computer lab: 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).

The best times to visit our makerspace are during our free meetups. To get a feel for our space and community, check out the Tam Makers Photo Album.

Join our meetups

Come to one of our free meetups and events, so you can meet our members and learn more about our projects. Upcoming meetups are listed on our Classes page, where you can sign up for them.

Our community meetups are in our makerspace at Tam High School (see address below). Adults and teens welcome. It’s a great way to meet some of the creative makers in our area. See photos of previous meetups.

Join our activities

From time to time, we also organize special activities and community projects like our award-winning Art Float for Social Change, which a hundred volunteers created at Tam Makers in spring 2018, to invite more people to participate in community life.

To hear about special activities like this one, subscribe to our newsletter.

Meet our team

Organizers include: Geo Monley, Fabrice Florin, Howard Rheingold and our maker friends, with the Tam High School District’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!