Community Events and Meetups
We host a number of community events and meetups at the hackerspace. Some of these events happen regularly, while others are one-off. Some are organized by the space itself, and others are organized by members of the community.
Anyone may organize a meetup, and we do not charge to host meetups that are free and open to the public.
Some community events and meetups we regularly host include:
A monthly arts event, held on the first Thursday of each month in the Tower District and Downtown Fresno.
- AdaBox Hack Night
A quarterly meetup where subscribers of AdaBox can tinker with the most recent electronics kit.
- Fresno Python
A monthly meetup for folks who use (or want to learn) the Python programming language.
- Free Code Camp Fresno
A group for folks who want to learn to make websites.
- GDG Fresno
Focuses on technology and developer tools built by Google.
- Sip ‘n’ Stitch
A monthly crafting social meetup, where folks hang out and work on knitting, crochet, or embroidery projects.
…any many more that are listed at rootaccess.org/meetups
Groups and Clubs
In fostering a community, it’s natural to bring together groups of members to meet, share and gain feedback on their making or on some aspect of Root Access itself, such as a shop area, on a short or long-term basis.
Any members interested in starting a new meetup should get in touch with Root Access leadership.