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There’s something about hands-on learning in group settings that brings out the creative side of traditional and non-tradition students alike. Our staff works with club or class leaders to create a custom experience that leaves participants eager for their next visit. The Fab Lab provides the perfect setting for achieving goals, from STEM learning objectives in K-12 classes to earning Scout badges. Take one of our classes or use the facility for your own. Call our Fab Lab Manager to discuss your needs and reserve a time.

What kinds of things can classes and clubs do at FabLab?

3D Printing

Create three-dimensional object of all levels of complexity, from toy dinosaurs to high temp resistant engine prototypes

Laser Etching

Engrave wood, glass, and plastic. Make award plaques, unique family portraits on wood from regular photos


Learn how to program machines that run today’s modern assembly plants

Hands-On Learning

Work with our experts to learn about what you can do with our amazing space and equipment

Field Trip/Private Event Form

Field Trip/Private Event Information

Please use this form to submit a request for a field trip or private event request with the Lakeshore Fab Lab
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Please let us know if you have any specific date(s) or time(s) that you want to have the event. We will check our schedule and let you know what is feasible. Most of our field trips happen on Fridays between 9am and 4pm
Please let us know if you have any specific requests or projects you would like to do during your fab lab visit. Depending on group size and other factors, not everything is feasible.

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FabLab Memberships for Classes and Clubs

Membership Type


Adult Club Membership

$225 per year

Child/Student Club Membership

$22.50 per year

*Examples include but are not limited to: community mentors (involved in 4H, Boys and Girls Club, Scouts, etc), robotics team coaches, teachers and those in the education industry, veterans and active duty military, police, fire, medical personnel, and more. If you feel you fit this classification but aren’t sure, please reach out to us at

Included with all memberships:

Thank you to our sponsors!

Fremont Area Community Foundation

Richard and Ann Kraft

John Essex

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation

Orville Crain

Brad Playford

Nicklas Sarnicola

Jon Rooks