Maker Jawn

Kids using tech tools

The goal of Free Library of Philadelphia’s Maker Program, also known as Maker Jawn, is to encourage kids, teens, and adults to use tech tools and everyday materials creatively. Participants work with LED lights, cameras, circuits, cardboard, fabric, plants, and other materials to invent and build imaginative, self-directed projects. No need to enroll, just drop in to one of the neighborhood libraries listed below!

Locations and Summer Schedule

An up-to-date listing of locations and schedule can also be found at Maker Jawn.

To learn more about this innovative program visit our website or e-mail us at makerjawn@gmail.com. You can also follow us on Twitter, Flickr and Youtube!


This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services LG-07-14-0096-14.