Updated 2018-10-05

BLDG 61: Boulder Library Makerspace

A free community workshop that provides maker education and technology to the public in a creative and inclusive environment.
1001 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO  80302
United States
Denver, Colorado


Connecting people, ideas, and information to transform lives and strengthen our community.

BLDG 61 is an all-ages makerspace. Programming will be offered for children, teens, and adults, as well as for families and all-ages groups. Age restrictions will be specified on the calendar when you register.

Access to equipment typically occurs as part of a themed workshop or scheduled guided practice.

Event Types
– Workshops: offered to patrons interested in specialized equipment and class focused content.
– Tool Orientations: offered to patrons interested in gaining experience on specialized equipment; prerequisite to attend Guided Practices.
– Guided Practices: register for these sessions after attending the Tool Orientation for specialized equipment and start working on your own personal projects and building fluency with the equipment. Staff is available to facilitate proper use of equipment and answer questions. Some restrictions apply for time allotted on machines.
– Drop-In Hours: are an opportunity to come by and check out the space. Staff is present to offer introductory tours and process 3D printing requests.

All library sponsored programs, trainings, and events are free! Patrons attending Guided Practices or Drop-Ins will need to bring their own staff-approved materials or purchase materials from BLDG 61.

SDE Optimizing Conditions

ASDE surveys all SDE communities/programs about how they provide, enhance, or align with each of the Six Optimizing Conditions for young people to succeed in SDE.  Survey answers:
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