Free Geek will be closed on Sunday April 21st

Free Geek Twin Cities will be closed on Sunday, April 21st for Easter holiday.

Wednesday, April 17 12pm – 5pm
Thursday, April 18 12pm – 5pm
Friday, April 19 12pm – 5pm
Saturday, April 20 12pm – 5pm
Sunday, April 21 Closed
Monday, April 22 Closed
Tuesday, April 23 Closed
Wednesday, April 24 Back to normal
12pm – 5pm

Free Geek Links

Free Geek contact info:

Address:
2537 25th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55406

Note: Enter through the entrance facing the alley

Phone:
612-223-5967

Hours:
Wednesday through Sunday
Noon to 5pm

Electronics we accept for donations (including recycling fees)
See Items Accepted List
Data Security and privacy
See our Data Security policy
Volunteer with us
How to get started volunteering with us
Group volunteering (schools, companies, other groups of 5-25 people)
Internships
Free Geek Calendar
Calendar including events and classes
Thrift Store
Support us in our thrift store
Have questions? Fill out a form below to send us a message:

First Custom PC building session

Come volunteer this Saturday (01/26/2019) to the PC building event to help Free Geek build desktop computers for our thrift store. We will learn, teach, laugh. We will geek out!

  1. There are no participation fees.
  2. Just bring yourself.
  3. You won’t get to keep the computers, but you can buy them at a discount.

Reserve a spot (optional) via one of the following methods:

  1. Send an email to poi@freegeektwincities.org
  2. Send us a private message to our Facebook Page
  3. RSVP on this: Facebook Event

On your reservation please specify your role as either a student or an assistant.

Students

Role:

  • Learn how to build PCs

Qualifications:

  • Able to identify basic PC components
  • No experience required
  • Able to follow instructions

Assistants

Role:

  • Provide technical help (Our staffers can help too.)
  • You may be asked to teach the students or to assemble PCs
  • Prevent damage to parts
  • Assist in retrieving and distributing parts and tools

Qualifications:

  • Experience building PCs
  • Willingness to geek out and teach newbies

Free Geek address:

2537 25th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55406
(Entrance facing the alley, the same parking lot as Memory Lanes bowling)


Video about Free Geek Twin Cities

Free Geek would like to thank a Minneapolis based “This Does Not Compute” Youtube channel for creating a great video about Free Geek history and operations. The video is available at:

The channel is a favorite of a number of Free Geek staff as it covers in depth topics that would be interesting to people who enjoy technology.

Another update from Colin: