Simply described, a makerspace is a community center with tools, which serves as a gathering point for new and experienced makers to connect. Here, we work on real and personally meaningful projects using new technologies and traditional tools.
ReCreative's community workspaces focus on fostering creativity, conservation and ingenuity in a setting that is open (and helpful) to "makers" of all ages and backgrounds.
Because the majority of our equipment is donated, the resources available are dependent upon community contributions. Unlike a tool library, we do not rent or loan out our equipment; however, it’s at ReCreative ready and waiting, along with a wide array of inexpensive materials. And if you have tools and equipment that you’re no longer using, by all means donate it! We’ll give you a tax receipt.
Ways to Engage
Visitors are invited to use our FREE Community Studio or purchase one of our memberships to take advantage of our woodworking facilities, storage, as well as discounts on classes, room rentals, and materials in our retail store!
Here we offer publicly accessible equipment free of charge throughout the week so that community members of all ages can design and create works that wouldn’t be possible with the resources available to them in school or at home.
Come see what we've got!
Interested in volunteering in our makerspaces? Sign up here!