Mentor Public Library plans programs to introduce people to makerspace

Mentor Public Library invites everyone to experience the Hub’s state-of-the-art creative space inside Mentor High School with a trio of programs in June.

These programs are:

• Makerspace 101 — At 6 p.m., June 6, check out the machines in the makerspace, including a large-format printer, t-shirt press, and Cricut Maker. See also examples of projects that can be done with them.

• Laser Engraver 101 — At 5:30 pm, June 13, learn how to make custom cut and engraved projects with a laser engraver, along with a demonstration.

• Custom T-Shirts 101 — At 5:30 p.m., June 20, learn how to design t-shirts or tote bags with Vinyl Cutter, Cricut Maker, Sublimation Printer, and Heat Press from maker space.

All of these programs are free, open to all ages, and will be housed at the Hub inside Mentor High School, according to a press release. Due to space limitations, registration is required at or by calling The Hub at 440-205-6011.

The creative space includes a green screen studio, laser engraver, t-shirt press, Cricut Maker, large format printer and more.

People don’t have to be a student at Mentor High School or a resident Mentor to use the makerspace. All
what they need is a CLEVNET card in good standing, the statement said.

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