Discover the beauty of the gamelan while being introduced to the fascinating world of traditional Indonesian music. The orchestra includes tuned bronze gongs and metallophones; a perfect way to access...
Sing along with Miss Rose and her ukulele to explore interactive songs featuring puppets and movement. Engage with different music styles, learn new songs and have fun with favorite tunes. Geared for ...
Join historian and librarian Sarah Okner to learn about the interment of over 120,000 Japanese American adults and children during World War II. A descendant of internees herself, Ms. Okner's pres...
Discuss a variety of great books with other members of the community. This month’s title is Miracle Creek by Angie Kim. New members are welcome. Registration required to receive an email with th...
Meet author An Na, National Book Award Finalist and winner of the American Library Association's Michael L. Printz Award. Learn how her lived experience inspired her to write novels that address m...
Learn what to include in your healthcare instructions to ensure that decisions about your care are based on your values and preferences. Presented by Trellis, a service of Senior LinkAge Line. Geared ...
Join other teens on the library’s Discord server to play an adventure game. Are you good at navigating Google Maps? Try to be the first to get to an airport and make your way home from a random...
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Library Advisory Meetings are being held via Zoom. Library Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. Public comments are limited to 10 minutes. If you wish to a...
Free use of equipment and software
All iLAB equipment and software is available for public use, free of charge.
Bring your own supplies
Many pieces of equipment will require you to bring your own supplies, such as fabric for use with the sewing machine. Work cannot be saved to library computers, so bring an external drive or storage device or be prepared to upload to a cloud-based service. For 3D printing, the library will supply the filament material needed to print your 3D model.
You don’t always need a library card
Most equipment doesn’t require a library card.
You will need a library card to use the following:
Wireless keyboard and mouse for Mac computers
Audio/video production pieces
You will need a library card and a driver’s license or state ID to use the following:
Creative drawing tablet
iLAB workstations can be reserved for use during most library open hours, but will close 30 minutes before library closing time, so staff can do maintenance and assist in other areas of the building.
Take a tour
To enquire about tours for individuals or groups, please call the library of the iLAB location you’d like to visit. Tours can be given during most iLAB open times if staff is available.
Meeting Room List
Meeting rooms are available to the general public at all branch locations.