Natick Arts & Crafts Maker Space Closes

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NATICK – An arts & crafts maker studio on Route 9 announced on May 20 it is closing permanently.

“It is with heavy hearts we announce that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to close permanently,” wrote husband and wife Laura & Jeff Cusson on social media.

The business, which opened began in the couple’s garage in early 2019, had been closed due to the Governor’s essential businesses only order.

Brokk + Eitri allowed customers to build and create in a group atmosphere.

The couple had been at brick & mortar location at 691 Worcester Street in Natick since July 2019.

Customers were empowered to tap into their DIY-aspirations and create signs, etch glass, build and tinker and gain new skills and confidence through creativity.

The workshop was open at night, and beer & wine was available for purchase.

The Natick Entrepreneurs Group provided resources to move to a brick & mortar location.

​”It has been a privilege to make alongside so many member sof the natick community,” wrote the couple.

“We appreciate all the support you’ve given us. As Natick residents we look forward to seeing the town emerge even stronger on the other side of the storm.”

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