Do Space Celebrates One Year!
November 4th, 2016 | Rachel Tepper, Operations Manager
Do Space is a one-of-a-kind technology library and innovation space for our metro community. In just one year, Do Space has positively influenced thousands of lives and shaped a new model of community technology for the nation.
Since November of last year, we have welcomed over 170,000 of you to Do Space. We’ve seen you create incredible 3D prints and laser cut projects, learn to code, learn to Facebook and more! It’s been an amazing experience for our staff, volunteers and members of the community to see how visitors are using Do Space as a valuable community resource.
By the Numbers
In the past 365 days, here’s what’s been going on at Do Space:
- Nearly 40,000 members
- 10,000 hours of computer use
- 780 programming events
- 10,000 program attendees
- 950 3D prints
- 175 volunteers who gave 10,000 hours of their time
Open House Details
As a thank you to the Omaha area and our valued volunteers, we invite members of the community to celebrate our year anniversary on Thursday, November 10, 2016, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and no advance registration is required. Throughout the afternoon and evening, we will have activities for all ages, including:
- Giveaways and prize drawings
- Our own Minecraft Universe launch
- Robot driving school
- Laser cutter demonstration
- 3D printing demonstration (including our brand new resin printer)
Click here for a full calendar of activities and times.
Become a Member
Do Space provides a variety of services, ranging from innovative learning opportunities, public computers, open WiFi, 3D printing and meeting space. In order to take advantage of all Do Space has to offer, members of the public will need to apply for a free Do Space membership card. Learn more