Looking for a new Steamer and not sure if it’s worth the price tag? Borrow one from our Library of Things and test it out.
This compact Steamer comes with two accessories for different fabric textures.
Sharp wardrobe sold separately.
These giant wooden blocks (which stack up to 5 feet) are portable and come with a carrying case, scoreboard, and some optional rules.
The blocks can be used for backyard play with the family, creating towers that will liven up any party, outdoor event, or get together.
This garden tool organizer has pockets for each tool you’ll need to start your Spring Cleanup.
The eight piece heavy duty Garden Tool Set is perfect for container gardening or a weekend to-do list. Sunshine not included.
Another great item from our Library of things is our Birdwatching Kit. This is sure to be a popular item for all ages. It comes with binoculars, a case and a field guide for birds .
This kit helps to put nature in the palm of your hand.
Take your tablet use one step further with our iPad and Pencil. You already know the benefits of an iPad as a tool for reading, games and surfing the net. With the Apple pencil, you can add note taking, writing, art, and design to each project.
Take your work (or fun) to a new level with the Apple iPad and Pencil. Use the tools to tap into your OWN creativity.
The Djembe is a chalice shaped drum which originally came from West Africa about 800 years ago. Since that time it has been adopted by many other genres of music such as Jazz, Ska, Latin, and Fusion.
The Djembe is easy to learn and the kit comes with a travel bag and an instruction book. Try this new instrument from the Library of Things and see what kind of music you can drum up.
The Kalimba (or finger harp or thumb piano) is a modern interpretation of the Mbira musical instrument which originated in Zimbabwe. It was adapted in the 1950’s and has gone on to be used by popular musical groups such as Earth, Wind, & Fire.
The Kalimba is user-friendly with labeled keys making it easier to learn songs. Try this new instrument and add a little music to your day.
With roots that descended from the Roman Empire, Bocce began in Italy.
Traditionally, it is played on a natural field or court but due to to it’s portability, you can play it anywhere. Fresh air, good exercise, and fun make Bocce a triple threat.
Call it cornhole, bags, sack-toss, or bean-bag.
Play inside or outdoors.
Follow the official rules or make up your own.
Plug any appliance or device directly into the Kill A Watt© meter to find out how much electricity it uses.