• What is a MakerSpace? 

    makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. It is a product of the maker movement. The maker movement is a social movement with an artisan spirit. Maker culture emphasizes learning-through-doing (active learning) in a social environment. Maker culture emphasizes informal, networked, peer-led, and shared learning motivated by fun and self-fulfillment.

  • CreateSpace

    This space includes a variety of materials you can use to create! 

    Create what? Whatever your imagination desires! 

  • Ellison Die Cut Machine - Letter Press 

    Use one of our two machines to cut out letters or shapes for posters or other projects! 

  • Button Maker

    Design and create customized button and magnets.

    Vist bitly/jhhsbutton for our 2 1/2" template to start your design.

  • A sampling of the materials available to you in our Create Space:

    • construction paper
    • large rolls of paper
    • scissors
    • glue
    • rulers
    • colored pencils
    • markers
    • crayons
    • felt & fabric scraps
    • duct tape
    • ribbon, yarn, string, twine, fishing line
    • cardboard, cardboard rolls, boxes
    • magazines to cut up
    • glitter & other embellishments
    • pipe cleaners
    • styrofoam
    • and more! 
  • CareSpace

    This space can be used to make things for the benefit of others. In this space you will find:

    • Sewing machine
    • Button Maker
    • Supplies to make greeting cards
    • Supplies to make pet toys for local shelters
    • Supplies to make hats for cold weather


  • TinkerSpace

    This is a space where you can repair, adjust, or work with electronics in an unskilled or experimental manner. 

    • Take apart and put together electronics
    • Snap Circuits