The Twin Lakes Library System works hard to be involved more with our patrons, City of Milledgeville, and PINES libraries across the state of Georgia.
What is a Makerspace?
Makerspaces are a new and emerging concept that provide a space for community members to get together to build and make things. Makerspaces around the state of Georgia focus on providing access to tools and equipment to do woodworking, robotics, 3D printing, computer coding, and sewing.
How can I get involved?
These spaces bring community members together to take classes, work on projects, and use equipment that would not be available in their homes. Many makerspaces have served as catalysts for new ideas, inventions, and businesses. Additionally. 3D printing offers so-called “rapid prototyping”, or the ability to quickly make a prototype of a new invention or design, without the need to re-tool or purchase new equipment.
Let us hear from you!
We are interested in learning how you may use a makerspace, so please fill out this survey and let us hear from you!
Continue to check back with us for updates regarding the makerspace initiative.
This event was an opportunity for Milledgeville area residents to learn more about the Georgia natural resources and local history. Included were arboretum tours, scavenger hunts and craft demonstrations were among the activities planned.
The event was sponsored by the Twin Lakes Library System, the Lockerly Arboretum, the Digital Library of Georgia, the Digital Public Library of America, and the Knight Foundation.