Makerspace coming to LCHS library in November

Logan Gibson | Raider Staff

This November, the library is adding a new feature, a makerspace. The maker-space is a place where students can unwind during their study halls and take classes such as jewelry making and coding. During your study hall, you can sign out and come to the library and experience this.

Librarian Christine Gentili says that this is a place where “students can come in and explore.” They can do arts and crafts, enhance technological abilities, or just come to relax in a quiet space. Gentili says that she hopes to get a 3D printer in the future so students can explore more technology endeavors. This space opens in November.

Students interested in the space should see a librarian for details.