Loveland CreatorSpace

A nonprofit organization

Support for Loveland CreatorSpace will enable the maintenance and upgrading of tools, machines and materials; expansion of programs for youth and upkeep of space; participate in Loveland community festivals and interactive projects.


"Not only are you a role model for everybody with whom you interact and and serve. Thank you for your commitment to your community." Governor Jared Polis

"You went over and beyond what we could have ever expected...the dedication it took to complete this project is very much recognized and we are extremely fortunate that you wanted to take on this repair. This thank you does not even come close to expressing our gratitude for your diligence and expertise in returning our windmill into a working antiques that adds so much interest and conversation to the Milner/Schwarz Farmhouse property....From the bottom of our hearts thank you thank you thank you." Loveland Historical Society Board and past president, Mike Perry

"I'm so grateful for having access to this amazing space … and for the generosity of many people who helped and taught me to us the tools…"
AnaMaria Botero, Artworks artist

"If you are looking for expert instruction on 3D printers or a safe environment to work on projects, LCS is a great place. Every member tries to help others learn and respects new perspectives." Chris Chew

"Not your grandmother's Makerspace!
A great place to take an idea and make it a reality!" Mo Woods

"LCS is a fantastic place to scratch your creative itches." Daniel Packard


The Loveland CreatorSpace is a non-profit, member operated and membership funded location in downtown Loveland, Colorado where members have access to: shared creative tools (e.g. 3D printers, machining equipment, and woodworking tools); an open, collaborative workspace; and free workshops and seminars to help improve the public's creative and technical skills.

Background Statement

Loveland CreatorSpace was formed as a Colorado Non-profit Corporation in October 2013. A board of five directors was elected by the attendees and a set of bylaws adopted. Loveland CreatorSpace is intended to be membership driven organization.

Using the communication platform of a series of free events and classes at locations around Loveland were held to raise awareness of the budding organization. The Erion Foundation began to provide assistance with finding and opening the first location and a sixth board seat was added to include Erion Foundation board members.

In March of 2014 CreatorSpace opened its doors at 125 E 5th St in Loveland. Membership and activities continued to grow through 2014 with members operating a successful summer program of science, technology, engineering and art (STEM) activities based on the nationally recognized Curiosity Hacked program.

Again with the support of the Erion Foundation, renovation began of a long neglected building on N Railroad which is now the permanent home of Loveland CreatorSpace. The building provides 6222 square feet in the heart of downtown Loveland and has classroom and workshop space that is organized by trade or craft.

Three part time contracted workers now manage a growing membership base as well as activities and upkeep of the space. Members are encouraged to develop group projects and classes that are held in the classroom area and in the workshops.

LCs is now an integral part of the downtown community taking part in festivals and holiday activities while keeping the doors open for the public to learn about all the space has to offer.

Organization Data


Organization name

Loveland CreatorSpace

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Science & Technology

Organization Size

Small Organization


320 N Railroad Ave
Loveland, CO 80537

Service areas

Larimer County, CO, US



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