BECOME A MEMBER
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$30.00 per month
SPECIAL $100 for 4 months (save $20)
Click here to apply for a sponsored membership
Monthly memberships are issued by calendar month.
Monthly Member Benefits
- full access during open hours
- book shop time/tools by special arrangement*
- sign in guests for free (guests cannot operate power tools and electronic equipment)
- rent storage space (when available*)
*The Frederiction Makerspace is a non-profit organization. As we grow and adapt to meet the opportunities and challenges ahead - policies, prices, space rental and facility access times will necessarily change to reflect the level of our operational abilities at the time.
All memberships require a completed membership form and liability waiver signed by the member and an authorized Makerspace representative. Click the 'View Member Documents' link to read member policies and application forms.
Additional monthly membership information
- Sponsored monthly memberships are available for the un- or underemployed and others in financial need that express a real interest in using the space to learn new skills. Click here to apply for a sponsored membership.
- Family memberships require at least one parent per child to be present and to directly supervise children and adolescents under 18. Many tools, materials and processes in the Makerspace can be dangerous for children.
- Institutional memberships are available for businesses, schools and other organizations to enable employees, students or members access the Makerspace to explore ideas or just have some fun. Each member must be trained on any tools & equipment they wish to use in the space.
While membership gives you access to the space, safety is our primary concern. All members MUST go through safety orientation with a Makerspace instructor before using all power tools, machines and certain electronic equipment. Safety orientation sessions will be held on a regular basis with a minimum of 4 participants per session.
Fredericton Makerspace policies signed by every member state that all tools and equipment are to be used at your own risk. Individual tool training is best gained through attending a workshop, but because we are a community built on sharing knowledge and creativity, we also encourage learning from other makers in the space.
If you have experience with certain tools or equipment, share your knowledge by running a workshop or simply by lending a hand to new members.