The San Bernardino Public Library offers a makerspace event for teens 1-2:30 p.m. March 26 at the Feldheym Central Library.
At the event, participants will learn the basics of the Cricut machine and make a sticker or die cut, according to a news release. Supplies will be provided.
A Cricut machine is a digital die-cutting machine that is able to make precision cuts on many types of materials and that can be used in a variety of craft projects. The Cricut machine is part of the library’s makerspace area where people can build, design and create projects.
The makerspace machines can also draw simple designs and lettering and, with some computer skill, people can design from scratch or use existing designs.
The Feldheym Central Library, at 555 W. Sixth St., is part of the San Bernardino Public Library system that also includes the Paul Villaseñor Library, 525 N. Mount Vernon Ave.; Dorothy Inghram Library, 1505 W. Highland Ave.; and Howard Rowe Library, 108 E. Marshall Blvd.
For information, go to sbpl.org or call 909-381-8235.