|The Brain Station is ready to welcome makers, tinkerers, crafters and the curious!|
What is the Brain Station? The Brain Station is a community Makerspace - a collaborative learning environment where people of all ages can come together to create, learn new skills, be exposed to new technologies and have fun! Look at our list of equipment - available to use for school or home projects!
*The Brain Station is mostly staffed by volunteers and hours are subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm!
Hours updated January 2020
|FUN VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! |
Are you looking for something fun and interesting to do? Volunteer in the Brain Station! We are looking for volunteers to teach classes, demonstrate a skill or act as open session coaches.
Fill out a library volunteer application available here or at one of our service desks.
Interested in using our 3D printer? “New” 3D Printing training at the Brain Station. You can now reserve a time during open session hours to receive individualized instruction on how to use our 3D printer, the Ultimaker 2+. You must call or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure a session coach is available.
What tools and equipment are available?
|The Library welcomes donations of materials! Tools, crafting suppplies, electronics - contact the Brain Station staff for more information. View our wish list here!|
The Brain Station is generously supported by the
Milford Education Foundation.
|Other supporters include: The Harvey Hubbell Foundation and the Friends of the Milford Library.|
|Need more information?|
|Brain Station Policy (adopted 01.04.17)||Brain Station Usage Agreement (adopted 01.07.17)|
|Program and Volunteer Coordinator:|