A library maker space is a creative space for everyone in the community, no matter how old you are.
It's an exciting space where a range of activities take place. Activities range from traditional crafts, like knitting and jewellery making, to newer technologies like 3D printing, coding and animation.
You can learn new skills, with free access to tuition and equipment.
If you've got a skill that you'd like to share with others, please get in touch to find out about volunteering.
You'll find maker spaces upstairs in the following libraries:
Like & follow our North Ayrshire Libraries Facebook page to find out about activities.
Any suggestions for activities? Please complete our survey.
To volunteer, or ask a question, please get in touch:
MakerSpaces in Rural Communities is part financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union Ayrshire LEADER 2014-2020 Programme.