Imagine a place that’s devoted to creativity and to helping others learn new skills.
Envision a spot that could allow you to make just about anything imaginable with your own two hands.
Yakima is home to a resource with the capabilities to achieve all of these things, and it’s continuing to help community members and businesses in a number of ways.
Yakima Maker Space opened in 2013, and since then, the nonprofit has continued to work toward its mission of encouraging creativity in the community.
According to Board President Heath Lambe, it started as a tool-lending library out of a van, but it has grown into much more.
“A lot of work has gone into this space over the years, and our volunteers just keep making it better and better,” Lambe said.
Maker Space offers an incredible number of resources, such as a laser engraver, screen printing tools, 3D…