Creation Station Makerspace @ Your Library
The Creation Station offers a community workspace where guests can use a variety of tools for crafts and projects. From 3D printing to using the Cricut, all are available for public use. This makerspace is available at your Main Library, 202 Cedar St.
Makerspace is Available, By Request, During Library Hours
Maker Meetup Opportunities
Need help on a craft project? Get 1-on-1 help through the Maker Meetup program where staff will assist you based on your needs. Sessions offered Thursdays from 9AM to 6PM. Please call 325-676-6025 to see about scheduling time with staff.
Maker Kits are available for checkout by adults at your Main Library, located in the basement. Designed for beginning users, each kit will focus on a different activity to help you build your skills in areas including calligraphy, crochet, knitting, and more.
Makerspace Learning Courses
Library staff will be able host courses on learning to use specialized equipment in The Creation Station at the Main Library. Space will be limited in each course and participants must be age 14 or older. Call staff at 325-676-6025 to see about registering for a course on using the 3D Printer or the Cricut machine.
- CRICUT DESIGN SPACE COURSE
Develop skills for using the Cricut, a die-cutting machine used for scrapbooking and various projects and used for cutting paper, vinyl, fabrics, and other materials. Learn how to use the Cricut Design Space, load and unload your material, and more. Call 325-676-6025 to schedule a time to take the course.
- 3D DESIGN COUSE
Learn to use the 3D Printer by using free stereolithographic (STL) files online or creating original projects yourself. This course will show you how to create your own projects to save and print, the basics of using the Tinker computer-aided design (CAD) program, how to use the slicing program, uploading your print creations, and more. Call 325-676-6025 to schedule a time to take the course.
Group Tours & Activities
Although The Creation Station will be open during select hours each week, we do invite groups and organizations to setup special tours and makerspace sessions. Based on staff availability, these sessions are a great way to offer focused and hands-on activities based on the needs of your group. From school groups to local clubs we encourage everyone to take advantage of this community workspace.