May 22, 2021

Ribbon Cutting: Maker Playground – Fishers Parks Department – Hub & Spoke

Our makerspace project located in the Hub & Spoke design center is officially be open to the public.



The ‘Maker Playground’ is a state-of-the-art, public facility located in west Fishers, just off the Nickel Plate Trail. The resource will offer tools, technology, and arts, and encourage imagination, curiosity, engineering, building, and more. The makerspace will be operated by the Fishers Parks Department, whose new offices at Hub & Spoke were also a part of our team’s design effort. The new headquarters provides a central collaboration space for the Fishers Parks Department, along with spaces for community meetings and programs.



“We are thrilled to relocate our headquarters to create a space that is open for the community to create, tinker, collaborate,” said Fishers Parks director Sarah Sandquist. “We hope this new home along the Nickel Plate Trail will introduce more people to all we offer and expand opportunities for all ages to explore a playground of creativity with the Maker Playground.”


Learn More: http://www.playfishers.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=70

Pictured Above: Brad DeReamer (Fishers City Council – District Northeast), Victoria Spartz (Congresswoman – Indiana’s 5th District), Sarah Sandquist (Director – Fishers Parks & Recreation Department), Adam Wagner (Experience Coordinator – Fishers Parks & Recreation Department), Marissa Deckert (Assistant Director, Fishers Parks & Recreation Department), David Decker (Founder – Hub & Spoke), Scott Fadness (Mayor – Fishers, IN)