InformationOur state-of-the-art makerspaces and studios are reopening for public use! Beginning Tue., Feb. 9, 2021 you can use a studio for on-site recording and other video/photography needs, and use laser engravers, sewing machines, or die-cutters inside our makerspaces. You also can reserve and check out Studio equipment or take advantage of our 3D print drop-off services.

Makerspace and studio hours vary by location, and reservations are required. See what’s available in our makerspaces and studios, and make a reservation!


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Discovery Kits are a collection of interactive items that patrons can check out to explore new topics, hobbies, and interests at home. There are Discovery Kits for all ages, from toddlers to adults....

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Celebrating Our Home, the Pikes Peak Region

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