The Make Space
Bicycle Repair Clinic April 8, 11AM - 2PM
Makerspaces and hackerspaces, including The Make Space of Centre County, are social hubs where like-minded individuals can gather to collaborate, socialize, and pursue their creative passions. Our community is diverse and our potential for innovation is limitless. Our mission is to support makers in bringing their ideas to life. We offer access to a range of tools, fabrication equipment, and resources, including salvaged, donated, and recycled materials, to fuel your projects, inventions, creations, and explorations. Whether you’re a seasoned maker or a beginner, we strive to provide the knowledge and support you need to bring your vision to reality. Our ultimate goal is to help you unleash your creativity and achieve your full potential as a maker.
Members made custom buttons on our button maker.
We hold two free bicycle repair clinics each year.
Amazing Art Created at the Make Space
Member reproduced a comic book cover in wood.
Each month we hold an Open House from 6-8PM on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, 141 S. Fraser Street in State College. During our Open Houses, we offer a free tour of the facility, introduce you to members, and give you an opportunity to use the space for your project. Please join us to get a tour of your member-supported community workshop.
We are located in the Fraiser street parking garage across from Target. Our space is down the stairs on the south side of the garage. Look for our hypercube above the entrance.
Whether you’re curious about the tools, expertise, or community we have, please don’t hesitate to reach out or visit us soon!