You're invited to celebrate the imminent launch of the first tool library in Maine! We will have local brews for sampling, food cooking on very cool rocket stoves, delicious snacks...join us!
There's been something VERY COOL incubating down here at The Resilience Hub and we'd love your help to get the doors of this project completely open!
The Portland Maine Tool Library is raising some money to launch one of the first tool lending libraries in New England, starting with space right here on Anderson Street.
There are two things you can do right now to help open the doors:
1. Click here and make a donation for the tool library's startup!
2. Join us for celebratory Tool Library party at The Resilience Hub and Aikido of Maine (224/226 Anderson Street) to hang out with friends, talk about the Tool Library, taste some local brews and snacks. The party will run from 6:30 to 8:30 so come anytime and bring your friends!
"This will be a not-for-profit lending library; its aims are to increase access to tools, encourage resource sharing, and build community. It will provide gardening, landscaping, home improvement and kitchen tools for circulation in Portland, Maine. Tools will be loaned on a weekly schedule from the 224 Anderson Street location. A team of locals has laid the groundwork for this entity, but we need community support and funds to open its doors."
To learn more about the tool library, the organizing team, sponsors and supporters, here is the project's web site!