The Arlington Heights Memorial Library's makerspace at 112 N. Belmont Avenue, near Recreation Park, fosters creativity and innovation through making in a collaborative environment.
Discover the place where you can be a Maker!
Arlington Heights Memorial Library cardholders, ages 12 and up can:
- Learn new making or design skills in a class
- Explore culinary interests in the kitchen
- Request an appointment with a Makerplace staff member
- Reserve equipment by phone (847-392-0100)
- Use a Makerplace laptop computer
All makers aged 12 and up are welcome to use the space and equipment to work independently on their projects. Bring your own project to work on or browse the space for ideas and inspiration. If you are a new maker, schedule a one-on-one session or attend a class for an introduction to our resources and equipment.
While the space is designed for adult-focused programs, we encourage making and creativity for all ages! Be sure to check out our schedule for culinary and hands-on making programs for kids, tweens and teens.
Simply curious? Feel free to stop by and look around. We love meeting new people and answering questions. Please note that staff availability will vary based on other planned activities.
The library would like to thank the Arlington Heights Memorial Library Foundation and the Friends of the Library for their continued support in helping to bring the makerspace to the Arlington Heights community.