Atlanta, GAUSA 30308
October 13, 2012
I am endlessly curious. I've been a bit frustrated at the high cost of educational programs and workshops, so I started a pop-up school. Now that I've moved to Atlanta, I'm creating a more permanent presence for the school in the O4W/L5P/VaHi area.
I'm going to be teaching small business, marketing, crowdfunding, social media and nonprofit classes. I'd like to learn to code, speak Spanish or French, Yoga, how to make a good cocktail, fashion trends, basic electrical wiring, and sewing, among other things.
Old Fourth Ward, Cabbagetown, Castleberry Hill, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Virginia Highlands, Poncey Highlands, Midtown
it's going to be amazing!
Welcome to Tx/Rx Labs. A few useful things to know if you do not already.
Our website is at www.txrxlabs.org.
Most of our conversation happens in our google groups:
A great time to come out and meet the members is either durring our
open house Friday night starting at 7pm. Sunday morning we also have a breakfast starting at 11am.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to get in contact with me.
Hope to see you soon,
Thanks for the greeting Kimberly. I'm staying in Covington until I get my feet on the ground, so it may take a little while for me to come out. FYI, Most people confuse the spelling of my name with the jewelry store, but I'm not that sparkly, so it's spelled with an "i" instead of "y". :-) Look forward to meeting you too!
Thanks for the invite! This will be our first maker faire and my family and I are very excited about it! I need to update my pic, my children are 10 and 3 now.
It is 6 foot long and needs a lake to be able to turn around! :)
k - Thank you - I would enjoy bringing my submarine! I am looking forward to the events and meeting others,
Kimberly, welcome to ATL. I design industrial control and factory automation systems.
Thanks for the greeting! Unfortunately didn't exercise any green thumbs this year as we were busy putting skills to remodel of a house to move into. However, I do look forward to next Spring as we love lots of herbs in our cooking and save a ton growing basil, thyme, rosemary, sage, oregano and such... While not always as cost effective, we also grow tomatoes, peppers, carrots, and cucumbers...
I really can't wait to have a few chickens and their fresh eggs though!