Come to Tinker Tuesday, at 5-6:30 p.m., June 25th, at both Saline County Library branches at 1800 Smithers in Benton and 201 Prickett in Bryant.
On Tuesday nights in the Makerspace, you can work with whatever you want. Design a 3D print, practice your sewing or laminate something. Kids under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
The Saline County Library Benton branch opened its first Makerspace to the public in June 2018. It’s a place dedicated to allowing people of all ages to create and learn at the library for free.
“The Makerspace will be a great resource for the community,” said Terry Rulo, Saline County Library IT Systems Coordinator. “Patrons can craft projects, try 3D printing, or use our green screen for photography or filmmaking.”
The library also accepts reservations so that patrons can work in the Makerspace for a few hours on a day that it isn’t usually open in order to complete a time-sensitive project or to get a project done without distractions.
For more information, including our hours, visit www.SalineCountyLibrary.org or call 501-778-4766.