Hacker Lab celebrates anniversary, hacks another location

Hard to believe it’s been three years since Hacker Lab opened its doors. It launched in 2012 in a little space above Pangaea Two Brews Cafe in Curtis Park before eventually relocating to its massive I Street address.

Since then the co-working space founded by Gina Lujan, Charles Blas and Eric Ullrich,  has grown in scope, too. It’s not just a place for fresh cookies and wi-fi, it’s a place to learn new skills (welding anyone?), network and exchange ideas. (Read more about Hacker Lab and its evolution here).

Now Hacker Lab is launching a new location–this one in Rocklin. It’s not expected to open until May but you can learn more and celebrate this Tuesday with a party at the HL headquarters (1715 I Street).

The party, which will feature an appearance from Congresswoman Doris Matsui, starts at 6 p.m. Learn more and register for the event here.

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