[EMS Discuss] Host a lockpicking workshop at EMS?

Mark Danburg-Wyld EMAIL HIDDEN
Thu Aug 30 08:25:47 PDT 2012

Would it be appropriate to fold it in with the regular open house on the 11th?

I can probably make the event, but I still haven't gotten a
replacement token and so I'm not able to open up the shop...

On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 8:50 AM, Rick Osgood <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
> The board just received an email from someone from the College of
> Lockpicking.  They are going to be in Eugene between Sept 10-12th and they
> want to host a lock picking workshop at EMS!  Unfortunately, I will be out
> of town that week so I can't sponsor this event at the shop.  Is there any
> other key holding member that has one of those nights available to host this
> event?  I think it would be a great event to host at the shop and possibly a
> good way to get more outsiders to come check us out.  Maybe we can get a
> couple of new members out of it.  I replied to Jamie already asking if they
> charge any money for the event but I suspect it will be free to attend.
> Please let me know if you are available and want to sponsor this event and I
> will get back to Jamie and get you in touch.  I can help promote the event
> on Facebook, Blog, etc, I just can't be here to host it.  I have pasted
> Jamie's email below with all of the current details.
> Rick
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> Howdy!
> Would you guys be interested in hosting a College of Lockpicking workshop at
> Eugene Maker Space?
> College of Lockpicking is on tour, and our current route takes us right
> through Eugene between Sept 10-12th!  If you have any of those days open for
> a 2-3hr evening event, we'd love to come and liven up the space with
> LockSport!
> We typically do the workshop as a member drive and fundraiser for
> hackerspaces that host us.  Participants can bring their own lockpicks or
> pick up some from us for $30.  The workshop covers soup-to-nuts everything
> from the history and development of pin-tumbler locks and how to pick them
> open, to modern upgrades on pin-tumbler technologies and an overview of
> Medeco, Mul-T-Lock, and a few higher-security locks. It's an hour of
> entertaining lecture, and an hour of suspense-filled activity... and
> everyone opens a lock!
> If this sounds like something you'd like to do at Eugene Maker Space, let us
> know, and we can work on getting it all setup!
> Cheers,
> Jamie
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