In support of spreading a clear message that our community welcomes all, Door County Makers Space is hosting a pop-up printing studio to make hundreds of brightly-colored NOH8 window signs and patches on Dec. 9, 2 – 6 pm, and Dec. 10, 10 am – 2 pm.
The paper or fabric 11” signs are ready for windows at homes, businesses, etc. The fabric 5” patches are ready for backpacks, handbags, jackets, scarves, etc. Anyone interested is invited to stop by during the open studio hours. Come in the spirit of community support, come to print your own, come to help cut paper and fabric or help in other ways. Guests may also bring paper or fabric that is 11” square for the larger signs or about 5-6” square for the patches. The signs and patches will be free to all.
Door County Makers Space is located at 26 N. 3rd Ave in Sturgeon Bay. For more information visit doorcountymakersspace.com.