New Makerboxes are here - ukukeles, littleBits, and a sewing machine.
What are Makerboxes? Borrow a cooking class or music studio, a spinning wheel or professional interior design tools. Create, build, tinker and learn at your own pace then share your experience on
the Library's Facebook page. Check out the Internet Resources below to extend your MakerBox experience.
A signed liability waiver form is required in order to check out the Makerboxes. Print the form, along with the Makerbox policy, and bring it in filled out and signed so you're ready to check out.
Molecular gastronomy may be the future of food. Try your hand at this combination of cooking, science, design, and play with a trio of molecular gastronomy kits from Molecule-R.
Record yourself singing and playing music (recording equipment, microphone, keyboard and audio editing software included). Try out cool music effects with a Korg Kaossilator 2.
Go crazy building with connectors, gears, wire, wheels, pulleys, dowels, clips, cups and more. Keep what you make and return everything else.
Make a pot or vase with a pottery wheel, tools, clay, and how-to books. Air dry clay, then paint to decorate.
Play with circuits, program, and invent with Arduino, an open source prototyping platform. Requires a home computer with internet access.
Map your keyboard onto objects like carrots, play dough, or water. Make anything a key!
Experiment. Invent. Have fun! Requires a home computer with internet access.
Raspberry Pi is a computer the size of a credit card. Use it to program, invent, play games and more! Requires a TV with an HDMI connection.
Make a movie with our GoPro camera. Tons of cool accessories will help you get just the right shot. Or create a stop action film with Animation Studio.