East End Tool Library Launch Party – Wednesday!

Join the Toronto Tool Library this Wednesday to celebrate their new Danforth East location!

We are thrilled to let you know that the Toronto Tool Library signed a lease at 1803 Danforth Avenue, just east of Coxwell!  (Yet another former DECA pop-up shop – we’re on a roll!) 

To celebrate, please join them for their East End Launch Party at Sarah’s Cafe & Bar (1426 Danforth Avenue) this Wednesday, June 26th from 7:30-10 p.m.  

Light refreshments will be served, and all ages are welcome. Hope to see you there!

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A Message From the Tool Library Team:

In addition to hundreds of tools to sign out at the Library, our on-site Makerspace will provide members with 24/7 access to 3D printers, band-saws, table saws, a laser cutter and CNC Router (to name a few). The 1900 square foot facility at 1803 Danforth Avenue will also feature workshops and after-school programming for youth (ages 8 and up) and adults of all ages.

To ensure the project is a success we need your help! We have lots of space to renovate and equipment to purchase so please consider becoming a Founding Member for just $500 each! We will also be offering less expensive supporter packages as well, click here for more details.

Founding Members receive the following perks:

• Permanent name recognition on our Founder’s Wall

• 6-month membership toMakerspace ($450 value)

• iFixit Toolkit to tear down all your electronics

• One year membership to the Toronto Tool Library

• One free workshop registration

• Toronto Tool Library t-shirt and button

• 2 tickets to our Grand Opening Party this fall

• 2 tickets to an IRBE event, past speakers include authors Charles Eisenstein and Bernard Lietaer

• Website Recognition, Facebook and Twitter callout 

For questions about the East Side Tool Library and Makerspace or our launch party please contact Ryan Dymentat ryan@irbe.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

The Toronto Tool Library team

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For information about the DECA pop-up shops, please visit our website: www.danfortheastcommunityassociation.com or click here.
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