Should we create a Library Makerspace?

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Moonee Valley Libraries is considering establishing a Makerspace and we want to know your thoughts.

Moonee Valley Libraries are currently planning for more community space in two major projects at the Ascot Vale and Flemington Library branches, to meet the needs of our growing community. Council strives for continuous improvement across the service and is considering the inclusion of Makerspaces where appropriate.

A Makerspace provides equipment, tools and space in a community environment to foster collaboration and hands-on learning. MV2040 aspires to developing thriving, dynamic and creative spaces at our facilities. Your input will help us determine the need for Makerspaces and what the best use of these spaces could be.

A Makerspace would be for community members to access independently or attend programming. The space would be targeted at people 16 years and over. Separate programming will be delivered for children.

How to have your say

  1. Think about what you would like to use in a Makerspace
  2. Answer the short 5-minute survey.


If you have further questions about the Makerspace please email librarian@mvcc.vic.gov.au or call the Library on 9243 1900.


Moonee Valley Libraries is considering establishing a Makerspace and we want to know your thoughts.

Moonee Valley Libraries are currently planning for more community space in two major projects at the Ascot Vale and Flemington Library branches, to meet the needs of our growing community. Council strives for continuous improvement across the service and is considering the inclusion of Makerspaces where appropriate.

A Makerspace provides equipment, tools and space in a community environment to foster collaboration and hands-on learning. MV2040 aspires to developing thriving, dynamic and creative spaces at our facilities. Your input will help us determine the need for Makerspaces and what the best use of these spaces could be.

A Makerspace would be for community members to access independently or attend programming. The space would be targeted at people 16 years and over. Separate programming will be delivered for children.

How to have your say

  1. Think about what you would like to use in a Makerspace
  2. Answer the short 5-minute survey.


If you have further questions about the Makerspace please email librarian@mvcc.vic.gov.au or call the Library on 9243 1900.


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