Jewelry Class


hosted by Smart & Becker
You’ll make 2 necklaces
$45 per person including supplies

Holiday Hours


MADE will be open from 9 am to 9 pm Monday December 18, through Saturday December 23, and from 9 am to 4 pm on Sunday December 24.
We will be closed on December 25 and 26.

MADE for MOM – DIY gift workshop

In collaboration with Rockler Woodworking, Super Thingmaker has announced its first maker event in Long Beach called β€œMADE for Mom.”

On Sunday, May 7 th from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm, a week before Mothers Day, makers of all ages can come to create a unique gift for mom– musically-tuned wind chimes made from metal tubing, wood, twine, and found objects. All materials, tools, instructions and equipment will be provided, plus a pro woodworker from Rockler will help with fabrication, machining and design tips. The project will take about one hour to complete.

Advance tickets cost $30. To reserve tickets and get more information, go to: www.SuperThingMaker.com

About the Maker Movement:

The maker movement is a social movement with an artisan spirit in which community members gather to learn about and use various methods of fabrication and technologies to assemble new products from discarded or unused materials and devices. Maker events empower people all over the world to collaborate and take initiative on their own ideas no matter where they live.

About Rockler:

Founded by Norman Rockler in 1954, Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is a national chain of stores that offer a complete line of tools and know-how for any building or craft project. For more information go to www.Rockler.com, or visit the nearest location at 20028 Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance, CA 90503.

About Super Thingmaker:

Super Thingmaker is a product design and development studio founded by Long Beach resident David Chodosh. Driven by passion for creativity, and desire to promote mental health and strengthen interaction within communities, this startup is building a program that entertains and leverages the energy of people's own creative talents, while building awareness of recycling and sustainability.