Join the Guelph Tool Library and get ready to Make, Fix and Grow!

Annual Memberships are $60 and earn you access to over 1000 tools!

Location and Hours

We are located at:

Old Quebec Street Shoppes

55 Wyndham Street North, Unit T8, Guelph, ON N1H 7T8

Phone: (519) 836-7909

E-mail: info@guelphtoollibrary.org

Operating Hours

MondayCLOSED
Tuesday4-7
Wednesday3-6
Thursday4-7
FridayCLOSED
Saturday11-3
SundayCLOSED
Members are expected to pick up and return tools during open hours. Hours may be subject to change without notice. Late fees incurred as a result of these changes will be waived.

Virtual Programming

Our program schedule is now completely virtual, and we offer events 3 times per week on a variety of platforms.

News and Blog

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The Guelph Tool Library is a lending library of tools where you can borrow items for food preparation, food preservation, gardening, renovation, arts, etc.

3 days ago

Guelph Tool Library
Want to be part of the GTL team? We are currently seeking volunteers for an assortment of positions within the Guelph Tool Library. Some of these positions can be done from home. Check out our Pin Network Listing here communitylinks.cioc.ca/volunteer/results.asp?NUM=GUE0549Positions include:Marketing and Sales Volunteer Volunteer Librarian Board MemberFinance Committee Member Board Treasurer Student volunteers can earn their community service hours with us! #volunteer #guelph #downtownguelph #community #volunteering #givingback #DoGiveShareGW #nonprofitleadership #CommunityInformation #peopleinformationnetwork #wellingtoncounty #cityofguelph See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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The Guelph Tool Library is collecting point and shoot digital cameras in working condition from now until October 28th.During the first week of November, David Lane, a PhD candidate with the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, will be conducting a research field visit during a gathering of Inuit youth and practitioners with the Cirqiniq social circus program in Nunavik, QC. The research will use Photovoice, a collaborative research approach, to empower Inuit youth participants to capture and express their stories and experiences through their own lenses (figuratively and literally).These cameras will travel with David to be used for the project. Drop offs can take place any time during regular hours. Please include any accompanying batteries, chargers, and cases! See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Guelph Tool Library
Starting today, we are collecting point and shoot digital cameras to donate to the Arctic Photovoice project. During the first week of November, David Lane, a PhD candidate with the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, will be conducting a research field visit during a gathering of Inuit youth and practitioners with the Cirqiniq social circus program in Nunavik, QC. The research will use Photovoice, a collaborative research approach, to empower Inuit youth participants to capture and express their stories and experiences through their own lenses (figuratively and literally).We are accepting working digital cameras and their accompanying accessories (chargers, cables, cases) from now until Thursday, October 28th. These items can be dropped off during regular hours, and donors will be asked to sign a donation release form. See MoreSee Less
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