The MakerSpace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. With a wide array of equipment and the flexibility to quickly prototype programs, we offer different types of adult education.
Programs and Classes
The Repair Cafè, January 19 from 10-4pm, is a free community service offered by a volunteer staff to help people repair their damaged or broken goods. The classroom and workshop areas of the MakerSpace, located next to the Old Greenbelt [...]
Come and learn how to program the latest in mini-computers. An Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Learn from Rick Pries, an Arduino expert, who specializes in interactive projects. An Arudino is an inexpensive, [...]
Homeschool Makers! New at Greenbelt Makerspace: Home School Sessions for 3rd-5th Grade Children use hands-on explore origami, kirigami, paper circuits, use code to control lights, movement, sound and more, paving their way to robotics, community development, and the needs of [...]
Join us for the Hour of Code: You will have the chance to add code to a microcontroller to make things happen in the physical world. Check out https://chibitronics.com/lovetocode/ and we will have the supplies and the know-how to share. [...]