Maker Workshop


Friday, February 23, 2024


04:00 pm - 05:30 pm


Marine & Family Programs
Bldg. 411
3rd Fl.



Phone: 0827793078

The Maker Workshop is a program where Library patrons can gather to create and invent, tinker and explore, and discover new things using a variety of Makerspace equipment and craft materials. The program mainly focuses on STEM/STEAM activities, often with crafty elements. What is STEM/STEAM? Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics!

February Session

Celebrate Valentine's Day with science! We’ll be creating a Love-a-lamp! This fun experiment will teach us about density and states of matter through a colorful, fizzy display.


  • For Patrons aged 8 and older
  • Maker Workshop is limited to 15 participants
  • Register in person at the Library, email us at, or call DSN 253-3078.


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Participation in our Maker Workshop is intended for ages ten and older, and it involves certain inherent risks associated with using chemicals, tools, and products used for learning and exploring STEAM topics. While we prioritize safety through proper supervision and instruction, there is a risk of injury or damage to personal property. By purchasing a ticket and participating in the Maker Workshop, you acknowledge and agree that you will adhere to all safety guidelines and are responsible for properly and safely using any equipment, tools, or materials provided during the event. In the event of accidental damage or breakage due to negligence, you may be asked to replace the item. Participants must adhere to all safety guidelines, wear appropriate protective gear when necessary, and exercise caution when handling tools and materials. Failure to do so may result in being barred from current and future programs. Parental or guardian supervision is required for participants under ten years of age or minors without an ID. Your safety is our priority, and we are committed to providing a secure and educational environment.

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