Welcome to the first Moon Makerspace! Students in grades 7-12 and adults 18 and older can experiment with our creative and technological materials on January 25 between 11 AM and 4 PM. Our regular makerspace stations are: Button maker Cricut machine & laptop Fine arts with acrylic paints, chalk pastels, Read More
Our 3D printer, Mary Shelley, has been at our library for over a month and is ready to share her creations. Each month, we will provide some Featured Prints for you to buy or order from the library. June’s Featured Prints are about the beginning of summer. For sale at Read More
Welcome to the future! Our LulzBot Taz 6, which we have named Mary Shelley, has 3D printed creatures for over a month and is ready to unleash them upon the world. Here is the quick and dirty Q & A about Mary Shelley. What is 3D printing? 3D printing is Read More
Learn some STEAM skills with this makerspace workshop. Instead of a specific project, on Monday, May 21 at 6:30 PM we’re letting you go to town with this makerspace keystone: DUCT TAPE. We will provide tape, scissors, and some instructions but you can make whatever you like. Due to a special event, Read More
Learn some STEAM* skills with this makerspace workshop. Get started with DIY hydroponic gardening by making your own passive hydroponic planter out of a soda bottle on April 16 at 6:30 PM. This project will require you to bring your own 2-liter soda bottle. You can bring your own seeds Read More
Learn some STEAM* skills with this makerspace workshop for adults. Join us on February 5 at 6:30 PM and light-up paper circuit cards, where you make your own Valentines (or Palentines) using LEDs, copper tape, and colored paper. Please reserve your spot by calling 412-269-0334 or by applying online.
Learn some STEAM* skills with this makerspace workshop for adults. Join us on January 22 at 6:30 PM and get introduced to e-textiles and soft circuits by making light-up beanie hats with conductive thread and LEDs to provide that extra bit of warmth and light in the middle of winter. This Read More
Who says LEGO are for kids? Adults, it’s time LEGO your inhibitions and go back to childhood for an hour! Come and build with our LEGO collection on November 22 at 6 PM, challenge yourself and your friends, and even meet other “older” LEGO enthusiasts. Oh, and did we mention Read More