The Maker Space at the Wyckoff Library is a place for community members to connect, discover, and create. The library strives to provide enriching opportunities for people to learn new skills and collaborate. The Maker Space will provide access to a variety of tools that allow patrons to make, explore, and tinker.
The Maker Space is open during normal library operating hours. Some aspects of the studio are only available with the assistance of trained staff and volunteers, or by appointment. In addition to “drop in” opportunities, there will be guided programs led by staff, volunteers, or expert makers on a regular basis.
Those wishing to utilize the tools and the Maker Space must submit a completed waiver. Children under 18 must have the waiver completed by a parent or guardian. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult when in the Maker Space.
The Maker Space received funding from State Farm and the Friends of the Wyckoff Library.