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Federal Way Library Makerspace

Federal Way Library Makerspace

Make, play, and invent at the Federal Way Library.

A makerspace is coming to the Federal Way Library!

Explore your creativity. Access emerging technology and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and math) materials. Learn new skills at workshops and drop-in sessions. Use 3D printing, audio recording technology, sewing machines, and other equipment.

The new space is expected to open during the winter of 2020.

We’re already offering fun and interesting programs! Check out our event calendar for details.

We want to hear from you!

Help us plan the best possible Makerspace for Federal Way.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Our Makerspaces are free, library-operated workspaces for people of all ages. All are welcome to learn, create, and collaborate together through hands-on experiences.

    Our Makerspaces include equipment and supplies for:

    • Art.
    • Sewing.
    • Audio and video recording.
    • Coding.
    • Robotics, and more.
  • The Makerspaces were made possible by generous donations from the KCLS Foundation and its funders.

  • This space is for everyone. Some workshops may have age and size limits due to the content or availability of tools. Be sure to read class descriptions or ask a staff member for details before attending.

  • Bellevue Library

    If you are interested in joining our team of Bellevue Library Makerspace volunteers, please call the volunteer coordinator at the Bellevue Library for more information. 

    Federal Way Library  

    We’d love to see volunteers in the Federal Way Library space and are working out the details. Please check back in 2020. 


Thanks to our partners!

The Makerspace was made possible by generous donations from the KCLS Foundation and its funders.

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