You can now learn how to use tools from the Denver Public Library!
According to the Denver Public Library:
The Denver Tool Library (DTL) is a local low-cost way to borrow tools and advice on how to use them. Their collection has everything from ladders and power tools to lawn mowers and post hole diggers. They also offer workshops on DIY topics like woodworking and welding.
As of today, you can borrow a DTL membership from the Denver Public Library so you can experience the value of a membership for free! You can check out a DTL membership pass through our catalog, and then bring the physical pass with you when you visit them at 555 Santa Fe Dr.
On your first visit, they will ask you to sign a safety waiver and present a photo ID and credit card to keep on file. You will then be able to check out up to 10 tools for up to a week, with up to 3 power tools. For our customers under the age of 18, you will need a responsible adult to accompany you to sign the waiver.
Currently the Denver Tool Library is open Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2pm-7pm and Saturdays & Sundays, 10am-3pm.
Check out a DTL membership and start exploring over 5,000 tools for DIY projects, home repair and remodeling, lawn and garden care, van/bus conversions, and more!
For other non-traditional and interesting things that the Denver Public Library checks out, including sewing machines, visit https://www.denverlibrary.org/library-things