Community Maker Spaces

The Howe Community Makerspace is currently closed to the public and no in-person programs are being offered due to COVID-19.

Hanover High School & Howe Library have collaborated to bring a makerspace to our community! 
The Howe Community Makerspace provides patrons with enriching opportunities to learn new skills, use cutting edge tools, and to collaborate with creative people. 

One more opportunity to Expand Your World!

What is a makerspace?
It's a vibrant, active place for the community to connect, discover & create with tools and information that allow for making, exploring, skill building, and sharing.

What does a makerspace have to do with libraries?
Libraries have always:
   Provided information and guidance in traditional and new media
   Brought people together to share information, talents, and knowledge
   Offered resources for new technologies in their communities.

Howe Community Makerspace at Hanover High School; a new partnership
fully appointed woodshop and digital fabrication space with Saw Stop table saw, large and small bandsaw, jointer, planer, drum sander, disc and belt sander, 3 wood lathes, ShopBot CNC, hand power tools, Makerbot 3D printers, Glowforge and Dremel laser cutters, and more. Classes, tool trainings, and open studio opportunities offered regularly.
free and open to all community members
ages 16+

Studio H @ Howe!
Studio H is the Howe's in-house digital media studio. Click here to learn more.
View workshops and tool trainings for adults and tweens on the calendar.
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For more information about programs, volunteering, or donating materials or equipment, contact Rachel Donegan at rachel.donegan@thehowe.org or (603) 640-3264.