Bring your ideas to life at the Library’s new creative community space! With a range of high- and low-tech maker tools and a variety of programs for all ages, the Makerspace is your passport to summer adventure.

A grant to kickstart this project was generously provided by the Northwest CT Community Foundation Khurshed Bhumgara Fund. We sincerely appreciate their support!

Using the Makerspace

Everyone is welcome in the Makerspace! Makerspace use is limited to personal projects. Makers must follow the Makerspace Policies at all times and have a signed Waiver & Agreement on file. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. You may review the policies and waiver in advance using the links below. 

Makerspace Policy

Waiver & Agreement

There is currently no charge to use the Makerspace. Donations are welcome! Makerspace equipment and services are available during programs and scheduled Open Hours only. For the months of June, July and August, appointments will be required for Open Hours. To schedule a visit, use the link below.

 Register for a Program

Schedule a Visit 

The Makerspace is located in the Field Community Room. Please check in at the Circulation Desk when you arrive and then take the elevator to the basement level.

Makerspace Tools & Equipment

Click each tool to learn more and see specific policies and training requirements.

Click to learn more about the 3D printer.Click to learn more about the sewing and embroidery machines. Click to learn more about the Cricut Maker, Venture, and Easy Presses. Click to learn more about the CNC machine. Click to learn more about personal digitizing equipment.Click to learn more about button makers.











Contact Us

Do you have questions about Makerspace equipment, services, or programs?
Reach out to us at:


Take the Makerspace Survey