Hear from Lou Duggan Creative Studio interns; Madie and Naomi, about their experiences working on STEAM activities and more at the Library.
Sewing machines look complicated, and some can come with a lot of bells and whistles. But at their core, they’re very basic and easy to use. If you’ve never used one before, here’s what you can expect when you come to the Lou Duggan Creative Studio.
Have you ever wanted to create an object but didn’t know where to start? 3D Printers make it possible to dream and do it! Here, Madie shares tips on 3D printing—including using the ones in our Lou Duggan Creative Studio.
Created in partnership with Autism Nova Scotia, the Library has four different Autism Tools kit bags available for borrowing. Sensory Tools, Visual Tools, Communication Tools, and Fidget Tools kits feature a variety of items to explore for people of any age. This is a great way to discover which tools work best for you.
The Lou Duggan Creative Studio is open for business! And we're in the business of making things. This free, accessible makerspace is all yours. Read on to discover more about our equipment, programs, and DIY opportunties. #LouDugganCreativeStudio The Lou Duggan Creative Studio is open for business! And we're in the business of making things. The
In the age of social distancing and Library closures, Library staff dreamed up many new ways to reach and entertain community members. Meet the Grab & Go Kit—fully stocked to-go bags of goodies, a guide, and/or supplies!
Just like math or reading, coding has become a foundational skill. Learning about coding helps kids develop their creativity as well as their problem-solving and logic skills. Learning about coding also helps them understand the world around them. If you’re interested in getting your kids started with coding, here are 7 resources to teach coding to kids.