The HUB & makerspace at Mentor High School reopening to the public
The HUB and its state-of-the-art makerspace inside Mentor High School are again open to the public.
Thanks to a partnership between Mentor Public Schools and Mentor Public Library, Mentor High School’s renovated school library — known as The HUB — is open to the public from 3 to 8 pm every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The HUB will be available to everyone for study and quiet tutoring. People will also be able to use its makerspace by appointment. The makerspace includes a laser engraver, cricut maker, vinyl cutter, large-format printer, T-shirt press, laminator and more for public use. For additional information on makerspace equipment and pricing or to make an appointment, call The HUB at (440) 205-6011 or visit www.mentorpl.org/makerspace.