Join the Tuscarawas County Public Library System’s Main Library for dinner and a detailed explanation of equipment in its mini MakerSpaces. Emerging Technology Associate Virginia Wright and Information Technology Manager Richard Wiltrout will join forces to introduce the library’s new mini MakerSpace to the public.
“We are excited to formally introduce our mini Makerspaces,” said Wiltrout. “These spaces that will be available at all of our locations are creative, do-it-yourself spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn.”
Wiltrout said whether you are a seasoned DIYer, you are looking for scrapbooking or locker decoration ideas, or you want to preserve home video memories, these Meet Our MakerSpace programs are designed to introduce you to the tools the library will offer and answer your questions.
The dates and topics for this three-part series include:
- 3D Printer on January 24th from 6-7:30PM: Learn how you can design, create, and print 3D objects
- Cricut on February 8th from 6:30-8PM: Make a Valentine card with the Cricut cutting machine
- Media Converter on March 28th from 6-7:30PM: Update your VHS and Cassette recordings to DVD and CD using with the converters
This series is offered at the County’s Main Library at 121 Fair Ave NW, New Philadelphia. Each of the three classes will include a light meal while you learn about the tools available to the community in the library's mini MakerSpaces.
“We're feeding your appetite and your creative curiosity with this series,” said Public Relations Associate Megan Kovalaske-Grimm.
Seats are limited for technology classes, and registration is required. To register for the first in this series, call 330-364-4474 ext. 101. The Main Library is located at 121 Fair Ave. NW in New Philadelphia.