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The Ingersoll MakerSpace was made possible thanks to funding from the Ingersoll Community Foundation.

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What is a MakerSpace?

MakerSpaces are places where people can:

  • Connect with others to learn new skills, and create together
  • Discover new technologies and talents 
  • Share their skills and knowledge
  • And become “Makers”!

Our MakerSpace is a collection of resources and is located in our Ingersoll Branch. Our space is small, but mighty, filled with great tech and tools for all of your maker projects. With the tools in our MakerSpace, you could try your hand at robotics, create a custom stamp for your new small business, make a prototype with our 3D printer, or even film a podcast or TikTok video! The sky's the limit when it comes to your creativity.

How to access our MakerSpace:

Guidelines for use:

  1. Hold an Oxford County Library card in good standing.
  2. The minimum age to use the MakerSpace *with* adult accompaniment is 9 years old.
  3. The minimum age to use the MakerSpace *without* adult accompaniment is 14 years old.
  4. Users who are accompanying a child between the ages 9-13 years old will be considered the main user of equipment and are responsible for the use of the equipment by the child under their care.
  5. Completion of the MakerSpace Waiver.
  6. 3D prints are limited to 4 hours, and must be completed during library open hours.

Tools Available


  • MakerSpace fee: $3.00 per hour (incl. 3D printing, use of the Cricut, and the Hotfix bedazzler)
    • Fee covers up to an hour – for example, if the room is used for 30 minutes, a $3.00 fee is still required.
  • Button - $0.50/button
  • Laminating:
    • 8.5x11 - $1.00/sheet
    • 8.5x14 - $1.00/sheet
    • 11x17 - $1.50/sheet


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Contact Us

For more information on the MakerSpace, please email the branch at, or call us at 519-485-2505


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