Community Maker Space - Coming Soon!

Hanover High School & Howe Library are collaborating to bring a maker space to our community! 
The Community Maker Space will provide patrons with enriching opportunities to learn new skills, use cutting edge tools, and to collaborate with creative people. 

One more opportunity to Expand Your World!

What is a maker space?
 It's a vibrant, active place:
   for the community to connect, discover & create
   with tools and information that allow for making, exploring, skill building, and sharing.
 What does a maker space have to do with libraries?
  Libraries have always:
   provided information and resources in traditional and new media
   brought people together to share information, talents, and knowledge
   been a resource for new technologies in their communities
Upcoming Events:
Tuesday Tool Training: Introduction to 3D Printing
Tuesday, February 26 (rescheduled from February 12), 6:00 to 7:30, Howe Library Aldrich Room. Meet our new Ultimaker3 3D printer and learn some basic 3D design skills. We will be using Tinkercad, a free web-based 3D design application. Bring a laptop (Mac or PC) if you like, but it's not necessary. 

Maker Educator Meet Up
Thursday, March 7, 4:00 to 5:30, Mayer Room. An opportunity for Maker teachers, librarians, and others to network and share ideas, resources, and solutions.

For more information about programs, volunteering, or donating materials or equipment, contact rachel.donegan@thehowe.org or (603) 640-3264