Makerspaces are collections of resources: they are spaces filled with technologies, tools and toys, including wrenches and screwdrivers to 3D printers and laser cutting machines. The Makerspace provides access to a wide range of tools and resources and is host to programs and workshops related to making, DIY, and innovation. The idea behind makerspaces is simple: they are places where people come together to learn about technology, crafts and other kinds of making; to share knowledge and skills with others; and to apply this knowledge and skill by creating things. Want to play with Lego? Make a prototype of a new invention? Create a robot to help you make your bed? Your imagination is the limit.
The public may access The Makerspace at Sarnia Library in four ways: planned programming; workshops; free play; and community led use.
The Mobile Makerspace is a rotating collection of technologies, tools and toys, 3D printers and vinyl cutting machines. See the current Mobile Makerspace schedule.