The Bozeman Makerspace is a Makerspace located in Bozeman, MT. If you have an interest in making or modding things, or just want to learn how things work, this is the place for you.
Our Makerspace is a workshop combined with a meeting space where people of similar interests or skills can converge to create, modify, learn, talk and build.
You don’t need to be proficient with any tools, skill, computer, or even know how to solder. All you need to the desire to learn or teach.
A Makerspace / Hackerspace allows groups of people to pool resources and create a community of people with varied interests. These interests may include but are definitely not limited to: circuitry, robotics, soldering, woodworking, fabricating, programming, networking, hacking, bending, etc.
Before you sign-up for a membership, you must contact an officer or visit our space during one of the Open Builds.
Please download / print and bring the Release Form to your first Open Build. Members must be 18 or older unless accompanied by an adult.
Would you like to make a tax deductible donation to the Bozeman Makerspace? Please do so using the PayPal button below. Any amount is helpful to keeping the space open and operating. Check or cash donations are also accepted during Thursday Open Builds or at Makerspace events. Contact an officer for details.
Do you have a tool that you no longer want, but could be useful to the Makerspace? Donate it to the Makerspace. Stop by on a Thursday evening or contact an officer for how to donate your old equipment. We can’t accept all items, but it is always worth checking our tool wishlist.