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Everyone gives the credit to Galileo, but telescopes actually got their start in the Netherlands with spectacle makers who were studying the earth in the early 1600’s.
With our telescope and your library card, there is a whole world to explore!
Looking to add some pizzazz to your home dance parties? You can borrow the disco light from the Library of Things.
Plug it in, put on your dancing shoes, and dance the night away!
Music not included (but why not add karaoke?)
Whether you’re hunting for lost coins in the yard or hidden riches at your favorite beach, check out the Metal Detector from the Library of Things and see what kind of treasure you discover.
Gold doubloons not included.
Looking to pick up a new hobby? The ukulele is a fantastic beginner instrument for any age.
With a rich history that began in Hawaii in the 1800s, ukeleles have been used in all kinds of music including country, pop, and rock and roll.
Home movie night gets big with our 120” portable screen and mini-projector. You can borrow them together or separately.
Add a dvd or two, and create a theater in your own home.
These walkie talkies or “tiny talkies” as we like to call them, put the FUN in functional. Use them to check-in around in the house, call in your requests to the chef at the backyard grill, or for your adventures all around the neighborhood.
Over and out!
This digger is really a multi-tool for constructing the bases of decks, mailboxes, fencing and more. It comes with a measuring stick for accuracy and cushioned handles for comfort.
You can borrow the digger in conjuction with our gardening kit and seeds and start planning your perfect weekend project. Can you dig it?
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.