Are you Making at your Library?
The Idaho Library Association Maker Committee is working to create a network of makers and makerspaces in Idaho libraries that will facilitate the sharing of ideas. You can help!
Does your library do a craft with story time? You’re making!
Does your library have a robotics group? You’re making!
Does your library have a crafting group? You’re making!
Does your library offer coloring sheets? You’re supporting a culture of making, and we want to hear about it!
Supporting making isn’t about a physical space. It’s a mentality. If you’re building, creating, or tinkering, you’re supporting making in your community!
Fill out this FORM to have your library added to the interactive map of Idaho Makers. Doing so will make you a part of a network of active makers in Idaho, who you can connect and share with.
Led by Co Chairs Jeff Stratter of Salmon Public Library and Deana Brown of Boise State University, the Maker Committee is an Ad Hoc committee. It was established with the goal of supporting libraries who are, or are interested in, making by providing opportunities to share, connect, and grow.