Ever had plans to do weekend home repairs but didn’t know how or have the tools you needed? Or didn’t want to pay for a tool you’d only use once? That’s just what a tool library is for.
Join us April 14th to discuss creating a Tool Library in the Atwood neighborhood! Talk to others who are interested in starting a tool library, learn how other cities have done it, help organize and find others to include in the planning.
Exploring an Atwood Tool Library
April 14th, 2014
Absolutely Art – 2322 Atwood Ave., Madison 53704
RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: RSVP is not required, but it will help us determine how we set up the room and run the meeting, so please let us know if you can.
*Attend the meeting on the 14th and be entered into a drawing for a free window screen repair at the Martin Glass Workshop on the 21st!*
Join us the following week for a sample workshop demonstration!
Learn how to repair single pane windows and mend screens from our neighborhood experts at Martin Glass.
Spring Window & Screen Repair Demo
April 21st, 2014
Martin Glass – 2323 Atwood Ave., Madison 53704
Suggested donation: $5.00 OR donation of a working tool (non-gas powered) to start our library collection.
Hope to see you there!
– Sustainable Atwood
PS- Check out the North Portland Tool Library as a great example of our vision for the neighborhood!
Join us this Thursday at the SASY Annual Meeting. Sustainable Atwood will be there with a table of info to share about our current projects: Urban Wood, Solar, Metro Commute Card, and a new project, the Atwood Tool Library!
SASY Annual Meeting
Thurs, April 3, 2014
Goodman Community Center
Here’s more info on SASY meeting: http://www.sasyna.org/index.php/meetings/sasyannualmeetingapril32014
For a sustainable neighborhood, yours, mine, ours.