Tag Archives: Makerspace

Light it up with electric greeting cards

A greeting card is a nice gesture, but how many literally brighten a room? Learn how to give your greetings a little glow by adding an electrical circuit to your card during our final Creation Station program of the summer. The … Continue reading

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Get making at our Creation Station

Want to make a stop-motion film? How about building a robot out of an electric toothbrush? Or creating a light-up greeting card with an electrical circuit? Then you’ll want to check out the Creation Station at our Lake Branch. Each month, … Continue reading

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Learn how to fix your own bicycle at Mentor Library

It’s spring time—no, seriously—and it’s finally nice enough outside to take your bike for a ride. (No, seriously.) If your bike needs a tuneup or if you just want to know how to do basic repairs for your bicycle, come to … Continue reading

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Learn about computers by breaking one

Deconstruction isn’t just for postmodernists. Sometimes, the best way to learn how something works is to take it apart and put it back together. People can get to know computers and other electronic devices inside and out during Mentor Public Library’s … Continue reading

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