Libraries have always supported the sharing of ideas, and one way to do that has been to lend a variety of media! Books work as one media to convey ideas from one person to another and will continue to work in whatever form into which they morph (digital, for example), but as we know, there are many other forms of media which offer as good or better ways to share ideas. We have spent significant amounts of time providing content and not much time providing new contexts in which to experience content. Creating different contexts can create different behaviors. MakerSpaces, as context, create the behaviors of tinkering, imagining, playing and making. This creates opportunities for new connections between people, materials and ideas. The Maker Mindset can help to create new learning and potentially new business ventures. A MakerSpace is a stepping stone to creating a new mindset for the redefinition of libraries.