We’ve noticed the past few months more demand for our space on the weekends. So beginning Saturday, April 7th, we’re doing an 8-week trial run of Saturday hours for those with different work schedules.
Drop ins will be welcome from 9:00am-6:00pm. We’ll throw on some music or a movie to keep things in the weekend spirit =)
Though many of our mentors make their living as professional consultants, they choose to donate their time to give back to the Gangplank community. Many startups and small companies can refer to the help of one of our fantastic mentors as a game changing moment in their business. We are incredibly grateful for their contribution and want to show them how much their donated time and services means to us.
If you’ve found the advice of our mentors useful in your business, please thank them by:
As we said, many of our mentors do this for a living. Give them a shout out they can add to their public LinkedIn profile. Click the links below for the respective mentor’s profile:
The City of Avondale and Gangplank Avondale are hosting the grand opening of Gangplank Avondale on Tuesday, March 20 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Gangplank Avondale is located at 525 N Central Avenue in the former City Hall. Continue reading →
On April 1st, the largest American flag made out of LEGO bricks will arrive at Gangplank where Building Bonanza will be reconstructing it. In honor of this, Gangplank will be holding a variety of LEGO based activities to promote creativity.
Join us April 4th at 7pm for the first part of a two part adult stop motion class or express your creativity through free play with LEGOS for adults. Saturday April 7th from 9am- noon we will have LEGO activities for ages 6+. This will include car racing, tower and bridge building. April 11th at 7pm we will have the second part of our 2 part adult stop motion class as well as a LEGO building challenge for adults.
Our final event, April 14th from 9am- noon, will include LEGO activities for ages 9+. Join us for a children’s stop motion class, scaling (building LEGO creations to scale), and a First LEGO League robot demonstration.