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A space for teens to learn and create at Rockwood Library

The makerspace is a collaborative learning environment at Rockwood Library with an emphasis on middle and high school learners. The space provides access to innovative technology, equipment, software and supportive mentors. Within this 1,000 square-foot area, students learn real-life technology, design and engineering skills through open labs, workshops and camps.

 About the makerspace

Kids at using technology at Rockwood makerspace
  • The space is open for teen drop-in time Tuesdays through Saturdays, 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm (except during scheduled programs)
  • Teens entering 6th through 12th grade are welcome!  
  • Teens can hang out, create independent projects with art supplies, get to know the makerspace equipment, use the tablets and laptops, and more!
  • Teen access will be on a first come first serve basis and time limits may apply.

To contact the Rockwood Makerspace, please call 503.988.0462 or email  

Rockwood Library makerspace is made possible by gifts to The Library Foundation and a grant from the Mount Hood Cable Regulatory Commission through funds provided by cable companies