What is Great Plains MakerSpace?

A makerspace is a membership-based workshop that provides tools, workspace, trainings, and classes for its members. 

Great Plains Makerspace is a 100% volunteer-run nonprofit organization governed by an unpaid Board of Directors. The organization is entirely funded by grants, donations, and membership dues.

In April 2021, we opened our membership-based workshop, which  offers a wide range of tools, equipment, and hands-on training.

A monthly membership fee will give you access to a woodworking shop, laser cutter, 3-D printers, computer lab, audio/video recording studio, electronics/robotics shop, sewing & embroidery machines, and more. We also offer rentable studio space and storage space for your ongoing projects.

Check out our events calendar for upcoming classes!

GPMS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization that promotes DIY innovation, entrepreneurship, and technical knowledge in southwest Kansas.

Our Mission Statement

Great Plains MakerSpace seeks to create an affordable community resource for those who share a DIY spirit and want to develop hands-on skills and entrepreneurship. Our shop will be an intersection of collaborative workspace, local expertise, and specialized tools and technology, enabling our members to work in a wide variety of disciplines.

Great Plains MakerSpace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 2308 N. 3rd Street, Garden City, KS 67846
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