The Hunterdon County Makerspaces promise a welcoming, safe space for community members of all ages and backgrounds to connect, discover, build and create through hands-on experimentation and exploration. We strive to provide opportunities to collaborate and learn new skills using equipment, tools and materials that spark creativity, build community, promote digital literacy and provide opportunities for life-long learning.
You'll need a few things to access the spaces:
A Hunterdon County Library Card is required to use the Makerspaces.
Information on obtaining a library card can be found here.
The Makerspace Activities Program Release for Minors is completed at the time of the program.
You must be at least 9 years old to be in the HQ Makerspace.
Minors age 9-17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian if not in a library program.
Closed toed shoes must be worn in the Makerspace.
Hair and dangling items, such as jewelry should be secured.
Most machines are free to use with your own materials.
Some machines require specific library sourced materials that are compatible with the machine (3D printers, Direct to Garment Printer Ink, Sublimation Ink, Potter Clay & Glaze) for which there are charges.
Bring your library card.
Check in with staff when you arrive and check out when leaving.
Makerspace at Headquarters Library
In the lower level, new for 2023 is a spacious Makerspace.
Makerspace at North County Branch Library
Come see our beautiful multipurpose room on the 2nd floor of the North County Branch Library! This glassed in space holds our Makerspace equipment. Appointments are available to use equipment and programs for adults and children are ongoing.
Our STEM and Storytime bikes allow our staff to bring events to you in the community!
314 State Route 12, Bldg. #3
Flemington, NJ 08822