Learn more about all the tools and devices available for use in the Creation Station.
|Cricut Maker||Rotary Cutter||Laminator|
|Embroidery Machine||Hand Press Machine||Sewing Machines|
Frequently Asked Questions
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The Creation Station is a community makerspace, where people with shared ideas and interests can gather to work on projects while sharing equipment and knowledge. If you put a wood shop, a metal shop, a computer lab, arts and crafts, electronics, and a bunch of tools all under one roof, you’d have a makerspace.
A perfect example of the many ways our community can work together, the Creation Station is a flexible workspace for individuals and small groups will share STEAM-related (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) supplies and equipment to bring their inventions and creations to life. It also includes worktables, equipment, and a variety of gadgets for DIY projects and activities. In addition, the space will be used to enhance and expand the Library’s existing programs for all ages with hands-on STEAM-related workshops, demonstrations, and projects.
The Library is grateful to the following generous donors, whose investment in the Creation Station supports learning, inspires creativity, and nurtures opportunities for the next entrepreneur, inventor, or artist to emerge:
- Natrona County Library Foundation
- Friends of the Natrona County Library
- Kelley Foundation
- Ruth R. Ellbogen Foundation
- Rocky Mountain Power Foundation
- Hooks, Stitch, and Tea
- Wyoming Community Foundation
- Masterson Family Foundation
- University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science
- Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Adult supervision is required for anyone below the age of 14. Users must be 18 years old, or accompanied by a parent or guardian to use the Carvey.
The Creation Station equipment is free to use. Some materials will be available for purchase to use with specific equipment in order to maintain the integrity of the machinery. See the Equipment section above for more information.
The time limit is one hour for most pieces of equipment, but if no one is waiting to use the machine you may continue to use it.
Up to 20 people will be allowed in the area at one time. This could change based upon the activities in the space.
No. Food and drink are not allowed in the Creation Station.
Yes! The Creation Station can be booked by outside groups. Examples of outside groups include homeschool cooperatives, Boys & Girls Club, Scouting troops, The Science Zone, school groups, etc. Please contact us for more information.
No. The Creation Station is reserved specifically for creating, inventing and learning. Patrons are welcome to use other areas in the Library to read, relax, or do other work not related to DIY projects.