Loudoun County Public Library system was recently rated one of the top libraries in America. It boasts a lot of services and a great collection.
I like its makerspace, the Mill Studio at Gum Springs Library.
The MILL Studio is a great example of a library-based makerspace. Focused mainly on the techy-arts continuum, MILL Studio offers light craft courses, 3D printing services, STEM-based programs for young people. Soon, they will incorporate a Glowforge laser cutter this fall/spring. MILL Studio also offers a recording studio, which opens up an entirely new avenues of exploration.
Tuesday nights are reserved for teens & adults, while Thursdays are reserved for Makers between 3rd and 6th grade.
Check out their website for more information.
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