5th Annual? Already?!

WPTL Sale 13We’re at it again!  Don’t miss this year’s 5th annual tool sale and tool drive from 9-12 on March 16.  This is a great opportunity to revisit your inventory – what could you add to your standard set at a super-low price?  What could you get rid of to make room for something new (to you) by donating to your favorite Tool Library?  Even better: might this be the perfect time to become a member (or renew your membership)?

See you there!

Excerpt from the press release below:

The West Philly Tool Library will be holding its 5th annual tool sale and tool drive on Saturday, March 16th from 9am to 12pm at the Tool Library, 1314 S. 47th Street,   Philadelphia (between Woodland and Grays Ferry Avenues).

This is a great opportunity to pick up inexpensive tools and to support the Tool Library. A large selection of tools will be available, including circular saws, screwdrivers, hammers, gas-powered lawn care tools, wrenches, pliers, and many more. Hand tools start at just $1.

The Tool Library also encourages tool donations at this event. All donations are tax deductible and Tool Library staff members will be on hand to process donations and provide receipts for tax purposes. If you have tools collecting dust in your basement, clear out your clutter and let the Tool Library put your tools into productive community service. Donated tools will either be put into circulation at the Tool Library or will be sold, with the proceeds used to support the Tool Library.

Coffee and light refreshments will be served.

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When are we open?

Monday - Thursday:
5:30pm to 8:30pm

Saturday: 9:00am to 3:00pm

Where are we?

1314 S. 47th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19143

We are in a warehouse on the west side of S. 47th Street about 200 feet south of Woodland Avenue.

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Who are we?

The West Philly Tool Library loans tools to community members so they can perform simple home maintenance, tend their yards and gardens, build furniture, start projects, and learn new skills in a safe and affordable manner.