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WouldShop™ brought to life by donation

Thanks to the generosity of the Sadowski Family & Friends, Indian Prairie Public Library has a new creative space where kids and teens ages 8–18 can gather to design, tinker, build, and make.
The WouldShop™, as the space is called, is a place for hands-on learning and making at the library. It was donated by Maria and Joe Sadowski and their family and friends in honor of Ed Sadowski.
The new space hosts special activities and classes, and offers a variety of readily-available creative and STEM equipment, including:
• 3D printer
• vinyl cutter
• poster printer
• sewing machines
• cricket loom
• new Maker Kits
• STEM Kits, including Ozobots, Spheros, littleBits, and Makey Makey
• LEGO WeDo and Mindstorms kits