|Both Creation Stations feature 3D printers that allow your imagination to become reality!|
SARASOTA COUNTY – Even though winter break is just around the corner, students can keep learning and exploring at Sarasota County Public Libraries’ Creation Stations. With tools for rapid prototyping, multimedia production, group collaboration and skill development for all ages, the Creation Stations, located at Selby Public Library in Sarasota and Shannon Staub Library in North Port, allow for hands-on experience with tools such as 3D printing, sewing, robotics, and more.
“Creation Stations reflect the modern sensibilities of library users, who are looking for unique ways to experience and utilize their local libraries,” said Sarabeth Kalajian, director of Sarasota County Libraries and Historical Resources. “We are excited to offer these new services, and I encourage everyone to experience the Creation Stations for themselves.”
The Selby Public Library Creation Station, located at 1331 First St., Sarasota, offers 3D printing, sewing machines and an Inventor’s Club, which offers students the opportunity to brainstorm inventions and solve real world problems.
The Shannon Staub Creation Station, located at 4675 Career Lane, North Port, also offers 3D printing for teens and adults, a maker studio, coding workshops, arts and crafts and more. Watch the library’s calendar for additional “maker” activities at the other county libraries.
For registration information and to view the complete calendar visit scgov.net/library or call 941-861-5000.
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