Get Crafty with Free Virtual Classes from Arlington Public Library
By Estefany Mendoza Salazar, Arlington Public Library
Posted on July 08, 2020, July 08, 2020

Library Makerspace

Are you ready for a new hobby, or are you curious about learning a new skill? We’re excited to announce our Makerspace staff will be offering a series of FREE virtual classes throughout July. These free classes are a great way to explore crafts and technology. From traditional arts like sewing and embroidery to modern technologies including 3D printing, our staff experts will give introductions, show you examples and teach you how to get started.

Attendees can expect a Q&A session and tutorials on how to navigate our Cricut machine, 3D printers and embroidery software. Materials will not be provided. Classes will be held through Zoom and registration will be required for each class. Registration for virtual programs is not an automated process, so please register in advance.

Patrons can enjoy our Makerspace from home with the following classes:

Our Makerspace, located in the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library, is a space where the community can create using a variety of STEM-focused technology. From sewing and other traditional crafts to cutting-edge 3D printing, this space offers something for both experienced and aspiring makers. We hope you will join us as we continue creating and innovating from home.

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