ImportantCreative spaces and equipment are currently unavailable. Learn more about the Library's phased reopening here.

PPLD’s makerspaces offer access to tools, materials, and machines to help bring your creative vision to life. In these spaces, you’ll find equipment such as 3D printers, laser engraving & cutting machines, sewing machines, and assorted handicraft and art tools.

Makerspaces are generally open to the public during scheduled open hours. Make at Library 21c is available during regular library hours, as long as the room is not in use for programs or other reservations. Check the calendar to see if the room is available.

Before you visit our spaces, make sure to familiarize yourself with our Makerspace Policy. Our makerspaces each work a little differently, but you’ll need a few basic things to access all of them:
Makerspace Use Agreement
A signed Adult or Minor Makerspace Use Agreement.
Age 9 or Older
You must be at least 9 years of age to be in the spaces. Children 9-11 must be accompanied by a guardian.
Closed toed shoes
Closed-toed shoes must be worn in the space. Hair and any dangling items, like jewelry, should be secured.
Makerspace Fees
Most machines (except the 3D printers) are free to use with your own materials. See the equipment pages for more info.
Check in and out
Patrons must check in with staff upon arrival in the spaces and check out before leaving.

Explore the Makerspace Equipment page to view available items by category, or select one of the locations below to find out what’s available.

Make at East
Make at Sand Creek
Make I at Library 21c
Make II at Library 21c