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June 30, P.A. Day with TTL Kids!

Posted by on Jun 15, 2016 in Slider Home Posts |

Join us June 30th for two fantastic workshops sure to fuel the creativity in your Young Maker! Intro to 3D Printing Young Makers will learn about the history of 3D printing as well as how it works and where it is headed. They will then be guided through a 3D modeling tutorial and ultimately design their own object to be 3D printed! Suitable for Young Makers age 8+ Date: June 30, 2016 Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Cost: $25 Where: East-end location (1803 Danforth Ave.) Register on Eventbrite! Marshmallow Catapult Build Young Makers will be guided in their use of hand and power tools to build the ultimate marshmallow launching machine! Suitable for Young Makers age 9+ Date: June 30, 2016 Time: 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. Cost: $35 Where: East-end location (1803 Danforth Ave.) Register on Eventbrite! If your Young Maker is interested in both workshops, they are welcome to spend the day with us at the makerspace. We’ll be having lunch at East Lynn...

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Let’s Make A Robot Friend!

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016 in Slider Home Posts |

  Toronto Tool Library and Little Robot Friends will host exclusive robot-making workshops this summer. Workshop participants will get to create a robot using arts and crafts materials and bring it to life with Little Robot Friends’ brand new robot making kit called Crafty. No electronics or coding skills necessary.  Just wear your creative hat and bring your maker hands.  You will build, decorate and learn to code a unique robot friend all in a 2-hour workshop. Register with Eventbrite! Suitable for Young Makers age 8+. Date: June 25, 2016 Time: 10 a.m – 12 p.m. Cost: Free! Where: TO Tool Library 1803 Danforth...

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Member Poll 2014

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Help the  Toronto Tool Library serve you better! Tell us how we can improve, what matters to you most and the vision you see for the Tool Library spaces.  The poll takes a few minutes and we ask that only existing members answer. If you’re not yet a member, please come visit our space first before leaving feedback. Thank you! Take Poll...

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How to Swing a Hammer and Find a Stud

Posted by on Aug 13, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Workshop: “How to Swing a Hammer and Find a Stud”   August 17 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm East Tool Library (1803 Danforth Ave) RSVP Required (see below)   The Workshop  Calling all women who want to learn to be handy at home with a basic introduction to hand and power tool use! Have fun, network with other women, and learn about building a home for the community. RSVP  Contact Anastasia at ?ContractHER@hotmail.com  with your name, phone number and email address (Please also send feedback if a week night would have been better than a weekend for you.)   Build Ambassador  Anastasia from Contracther is a Level 2 Carpenter, Energy Conservation specialist, Habitat Women Build Ambassador, crew Leader for 8 yrs, Sustainable ContractHER, speaker and leads SOLD OUT workshops at the Tool Library. Brought to you in partnership with the Toronto Tool Library and ContractHER.  Learn more about Women Build at...

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Kids Week

Posted by on Aug 7, 2014 in Uncategorized |

A Week of Awesome  August 18th – August 22nd  The Toronto Tool Library is offering workshops to meet your Young Maker’s curiosity! Kids can join us for half-day, full day (discounted rates for full days) or more! Programs are open from 9am – 5pm at our east-end Makerspace (1803 Danforth Ave), prices range from $20 – $40 a workshop. Activities include: 3D printing, building bubble blowers, Crafts, Gardening, Scavenger hunts + more! To see the Week’s schedule, read below or Download Brochure. Register today:   Kids Week Schedule Teaming up with experienced educators, we’ve partnered with Kids’ Growing City in Gardening, DIY Kids,  Young Makers of Toronto +more! For more Information: Email: Michelle@TorontoToolLibrary.com Phone:...

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