WHAT IS THE WORKSHOP?
The Workshop is a new public makerspace – a collaborative workspace with tools and equipment designed to help the community explore, learn, and make together.
The Workshop will offer both structured classes and workshops and self-guided open making hours! A Makerspace is a collaborative workspace with tools and equipment designed to help with community explore, learn and make together.
WHAT TOOLS WILL YOU HAVE?
Our complete tool list includes more than a hundred individual items, but they fall into one of two categories:
You’ll be able to use your library card to reserve our in-Workshop tools for use during our Open Maker Hours (TBA) up to 2 weeks in advance for 1-4 hour time slots depending on demand.
Workshop To-Go Kits
Some projects are just too big to fit in a couple of hours, so we also offer a variety of Workshop To-Go Kits and Build-Your-Own Textile Kits for 4-week checkout on a first-come, first-served basis.
WHAT WILL IT COST?
Just like the Library, the Workshop is absolutely free to all Massachusetts residents with a Minuteman library card. To help us maintain our supplies, we ask that experienced makers or those working on larger projects during Open Maker Hours either bring their own materials from home or donate a few dollars to The Workshop Fund.