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Sustainable Capitol Hill - Tool Lending Library planning meetings

Do you live in a tiny apartment, without room to store those tools you use once a year? Maybe you want to hang a picture, but don't really need to own a hammer or a small step ladder. Maybe you just feel like making ice cream once or twice a year, but don't need an ice cream maker for the rest of the year. What if you got a windfall of apples, and wanted to make cider?
Tool Library to the rescue! Imagine checking out a food dehydrator, a multimeter, or a saw in the same way you would check out a book at the library. Just bring it back and its FREE!
Help plan Capitol Hill's Tool Library. Folks on the hill are  strategizing how to make this happen and we need your input. You can get more info on our website 
Tool Library Building Meeting
Third Tuesdays of the month, 6:30p
Braeburn, 1410 E. Pine St
Please meet us at Braeburn 1410 E. Pine St. There are two doors, so make sure you go to the 1410 door, where you can get buzzed in (there will be a sign at the door with instructions).
And good news! The long search for a location is finally over: Thanks to the generosity of the First Covenant Church in providing a location, Sustainable Capitol Hill is proud to announce that the Tool Library is planning to open by early Fall of this year. It will be located at the Summit Building on 420 E. Pike St., with the entrance on Crawford Pl., between Pike St. and Pine St. We still have a lot of work to do, and volunteers are a key ingredient to bringing this all together. Join us for our Tool Library Building Meetings on the 3rd Tuesdays of the month
This is going to be a great asset to Capitol Hill and the surroundings neighborhoods if you own Seattle real estate, you're going to love not having to run out and buy a tool every time you need one.