A joint initiative between City of Brampton, Sheridan College and Brampton Library to foster creativity, innovation and exploration in a safe and
accessible learning environment.
Location: Brampton Library Branches across the City
Hours: Drop-in hours and scheduled workshops.
Download Programs and Workshop Schedule
November 2 - 3D Printing - Four Corners
November 7 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
November 14 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
November 16 - 3D Printing - Four Corners
November 21 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
November 28 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
November 30 - 3D Printing - Four Corners
December 5 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
December 7 - 3D Printing - Four Corners
December 12 - STEM Station - Gore Meadows
December 17 - Cipher Coding Workshop - Four Corners
Program Series (2 weeks)
Program Series (4 weeks) - Registration Opens October 1
Lego Robotics (ages 9-12)
Learn how to build and program your own robot using LEGO mindstorms in this 4-week series. A LEGO kit will be available at the workshop for you to work with each week. On the final day, invite your family and friends to see your LEGO robot in action.
November 1-22 - Four Corners
November 30 - December 21 - South Fletchers
Register by phone (905-793-4636) or in person at branch locations for: Lego Robotics & Cipher Coding.
Register using links above for: Explore SketchUp and Web Design Level 1.
Advanced registration is NOT required for the following drop-in programs: 3D Printing, STEM Station, Fashion Hacks & Maker meetup.
The City of Brampton and the RIC Centre jointly present three exciting lectures on the intersection of creativity and technology at the Cyril Clark Library Lecture Hall.
Be inspired. Get connected with innovative peers from your community. Get plugged into new ideas and information from progressive thought leaders - right here in Brampton.
Join the "Brampton Tech Talks
" group on meet-up to be the first to be notified of future events.
Using a makerspace model, MakerSpace Brampton combines manufacturing equipment and technology with community and education to help users to design, prototype and create manufactured works that wouldn’t be possible to create with the resources available to individuals working alone. It’s also a great place to learn how to use cutting edge tools, and develop 21st century job skills.
Sheridan College Faculty of Applied Science and Technology's Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT), Brampton Library and the City of Brampton Economic Development Office have partnered to support the MakerSpace Brampton initiative where residents, students, entrepreneurs and visitors can come together and collaborate while sharing tools, resources and knowledge.
- Opportunity for all ages to explore 3D Printing & Modelling, Robotics, Architectural Design & More
- Hands-on and interactive - learn to use tools and materials, and develop creative projects
- Increase your knowledge of current technologies and trends
- Exposure to new technology and innovation
- Access to expert guidance and support materials
The MakerSpace Creative Hub officially opened on November 4th, 2014