Make-It Lab: The library makerspace

Ultimaker 3D printer

While the library is closed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, reserving the Make-it Lab is temporarily unavailable.

Welcome to the Make-It Lab, a place where you can create … anything! What is the Make-It Lab? It’s the library’s makerspace, where you can create music, videos, audio recordings, digital art and 3D contraptions. Here’s some more information:

What can you do there? Quite a bit! Here are some examples of projects you can work on in the Make-It Lab:

  • Edit and manipulate photos
  • Create digital art
  • Create and edit videos
  • Record music, podcasts, and oral histories
  • Transfer videos from old formats to newer digital ones
  • Transfer audio cassette tapes to MP3 format
  • Scan photos and documents
  • Make cool stuff with our 3D printer.
Make-It Lab Rules
  • You must reserve the Make-It Lab to use it.
  • You can reserve the room on the library website or on the iPad located outside of the Make-It Lab.
  • You must have an active library card to reserve the Lab
  • You can reserve the Lab for a total of three hours a day.
  • The Lab can be reserved up to seven days in advance.
  • If you do not arrive within 15 minutes of the start time of your reservation, your reservation could be cancelled.
  • At least one person in the Lab must be 14 years old or older.
  • All computer and customer conduct policies apply within the Make-It Lab.

Reserve the Lab

Want more information about the Make-It Lab? Check out the pages below:

Questions? Feel free to ask here.

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