The Makercosm is a universe of creativity. It is analog and digital. It is physical and virtual. There are millions of ways to explore, and there’s one that’s just right for anybody! The Makercosm is a microcosm of our own universe, both are meant to be learned from, enjoyed, shared and treasured. Always remember…
“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when they contemplate the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day.” – Albert Einstein
The makerspace serves as the Makercosm’s “room of requirement”. It is designed to contain anything that a maker might need to design, create or learn. It is full of materials and supplies for crafting and building, as well as tools and equipment. The sewing machine, the laser-cutter, the 3D printer, the recording studio, and more, can all be part of your next project! The makerspace is located at the Driggs library, and is available to all patrons during Open Hours, Monday through Thursday, 12 to 5.
DIY Code Camp
Getting started learning how to code can be a daunting task. Check out the resources in the DIY Code Camp to hone in on what you’re looking for. Whether you’re a kid looking to learn coding for the first time, or an adult looking to add professional skills to your repertoire, you’ll find something helpful here.
On a limited basis, Maker To-Go kits will be available for pickup at the Driggs library. Each kit will include materials for one project, as well as details on how to build it. We hope that these kits will help patrons access the Makercosm whenever they are unable to go to the makerspace.