The Foundry Workshop, Ltd and Lyndon Institute are proud to announce the Grand Opening of The Foundry, a fully-equipped, publically-accessible Maker Space in the heart of Lyndonville, VT, on Saturday, June 6th, 9am-11am at LI’s True Building. This event is open to all, and will include the official ribbon cutting, a full tour of the […]
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On March 19th, in honor of National Maker Day, several Vermont maker groups took a field trip to the state capital, to meet with our legislators. The Foundry was represented by Pres. Jim Schenck, VP Tom Bishop, Secretary Mack Varnum, Mike Knights, who brought some awesome custom motorcycle components, and Sean Breen, who brought his hand-made, […]
On Dec 31, 2014, The Foundry converted the St Johnsbury Courthouse Park Gazebo into a laser light show extravaganza, to raise local awareness of our organization. All night, on New Years Eve, members be braved the bitter cold, with good music, and a bright display of science and engineering in action. In addition to lighting […]
The Foundry Workshop recently received a $3,000 grant from the Vermont Community Foundation’s Northeast Kingdom Fund. The grant will help further the Foundry’s dual missions of supporting creative entrepreneurs and familiarizing young people with technical skills in a shop setting.
The crowd at Lyndonville’s annual Stars & Stripes Festival was treated to something extra cool this year: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream, courtesy of The Foundry, a community workshop coming to the area soon. Batches of Vanilla, Chocolate, Blueberry, Blackberry, and Maple ice cream were made instantly, right in front of visitors, using Liquid Nitrogen to […]