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The Greenbelt MakerSpace has a tool lending library in the bottom floor of the Granite Building in Roosevelt Center, 115 Centerway, and runs periodic Repair Cafes and classes

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Greenbelt Makerspace Cooperative Tool Lending Library

The Greenbelt MakerSpace has a tool lending library in the bottom floor of the Granite Building in Roosevelt Center, 115 Centerway.  Go to tools.greenbeltmakers.org for more info!

Full Announcement Here

We’re Looking for Volunteers!

The Makerspace Tool Lending Library needs volunteers!   These are the kinds of help we need:

– We need help staffing the library during our weekly open hours.   We’ll make sure there is someone there to train you during your shift.  Sign up at https://signup.com/go/UNkLnqk .

– We need help repairing and maintaining tools.  If you can do that during our open hours, use the signup link above and mention in the comments that you can work on tool repair/maintenance.  But if those times don’t work, please email us at staff@make125.org or  contact us online and we’ll see if we can arrange another time!

– We can always use other kinds of help, too.  Soliciting and picking up tools, publicity, etc.  Let us know if you’d like to help some other way!   We are also looking for organizers to join our admin team!!   Email us at staff@make125.orgor  contact us online.

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Greenbelt MakerSpace Announcement

By | March 17th, 2019|Categories: Blog It, Featured, Front Page, Information, MakerSpace Facility|

The Friends of Greenbelt Theatre (FGT), The Greenbelt MakerSpace, and The SPACE (Sharing Positive Artistic & Creative Energies, operated by Shaymar Higgs in Beltway Plaza) are entering into a new partnership. MakerSpace is exploring new programming and space-sharing options with both FGT and The SPACE. Meanwhile, FGT will be [...]

Greenbelt Makers Successful Holiday Tool Repair

By | February 2nd, 2024|Categories: Blog It, Featured, Front Page, Projects, Uncategorized|

In the spirit of community and compassion, volunteers from our recent repair cafe had the privilege of turning a heartbreak into joy. It all began with a heartfelt letter from a parent desperately seeking help to revive their daughters' beloved talking plush cat, "Sox." The letter conveyed a deep [...]

Greenbelt MakerSpace Repair Cafe – October 21, 2023

By | October 19th, 2023|Categories: Blog It, event, Front Page, MakerSpace Facility, Repair Café|

Repair Cafe 2023 October 21 Repair Cafe at Makerspace The Greenbelt MakerSpace is hosting its quarterly Repair Café Saturday, Oct 21, from 10 to 2 outside on the west side of the Granite Building at 115 Centerway. Come learn how to repair your tired or broken stuff or help [...]

Greenbelt MakerSpace Repair Cafe – May 13, 2023

By | April 25th, 2023|Categories: Blog It, event, Front Page, MakerSpace Facility, Repair Café|

Repair Cafe 2023 May 13 Repair Cafe at Makerspace The Greenbelt MakerSpace is hosting its quarterly Repair Café Saturday, May 13, from 10 to 2 outside on the west side of the Granite Building at 115 Centerway. Come learn how to repair your tired or broken stuff or help [...]

Greenbelt MakerSpace Tool Lending Library Holiday Hours and Future Plans

By | December 21st, 2022|Categories: Blog It, Featured, Front Page, Information, Repair Café, Status Updates|

The Greenbelt Makerspace lending library is taking a break for the holidays, and will open again on Jan. 7 and following Saturdays from 10am to noon. Few people were coming by on Friday evenings and the Sunday session was driven by the Farmer's Market, which doesn't reopen until May. [...]

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What is MakerSpace?

The Greenbelt Makerspace is operating as a tool lending library at 115 Centerway, Suite 108, Greenbelt MD 20770. We are in Roosevelt Center Plaza across from the Old Greenbelt Movie Theater. We opened in April of 2013 and have worked hard to develop resources and programs to engage our members in activities related to science, technology, arts, and crafts.  We depend on annual memberships, donations, grants, and sponsorships. We are a 501 (c)3 non-profit tax-exempt organization. (EIN: 81-4735855)