Make Lehigh Valley is a makerspace – a shared workspace and a community of people who enjoy making things. We work with lots of different materials and lots of different tools. The space provides access to tools you probably don’t have at home, like our 60W laser cutter and 3D printers, but that’s just the beginning. We have members with skills in astronomy, glass work, bike wrenching, physical building security, electronics, molding, and more.
Interested? Stop by for a visit on “Open Hack Night”!
On Thursdays we’re open to the general public from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Drop in, take a tour, bring a project to work on, and have fun! If you decide you’d like to join us, membership is a very reasonable $20 per month.
We’re working on various workshops and classes to help others find the joy of making things with their own hands and hope to encourage bringing together the tinkerers of the Lehigh Valley, a place that has a rich heritage in making, manufacturing, and the creative spirit that drives hackers.
Our space is located in the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center at
We are the garage door closest to the water tower parking lot, about where the blue dot is shown below:
Friends & Partners
The Geek Grid Studios specializes in event management and production, streaming, content creation, and team building and training utilizing geek edutainment for careers, education, and life skills. We’ve partnered with them for activities & presentations at their events, which are always a blast.
The Alternative Gallery is a non-profit arts organization that cultivates & preserves outsider art & culture. They have a great love for the intersection of arts & technology, and we’re always happy to work with them at Allentown ArtsFest, Retro Arcade events, and whenever else we can!
Kat Mahoney of TheGeekGrid Studios interviewed one of our members to learn a little more about Make Lehigh Valley. Watch the video now!