The Make Space

Your free-use community workshop

Makerspace? What's that?

Makerspaces are workshops that encourage community participation, sharing of tools and knowledge, and making creative use of the resources around us to benefit our community and our world. The Make Space is a local tool library, an awesome hands-on classroom, and an open studio available to everyone at no charge. It's a not-for-profit environment tailored to people who enjoy creating, sharing, teaching, and learning: everything from robotics, to gardening, to programming, painting, cryptography, or graphic design. Anything you can imagine is fair game!

We also offer several free classes about various technologies, including how to use the on-site RepRap 3D printers, indoor gardening with LEDs and aquaponics, do-it-yourself RC drones, and much more. Classes often happen because someone in the community has expressed interest, so if there is something that you would like to learn or teach, make it known! Sharing our skills and know-how is a fundamental part of our makerspace culture.

Sounds good! How do I get involved?

Check out our forums first to join ongoing conversation. Or just show up! We have a weekly hangout and open workshop night every Wednesday from 6pm - 8pm.