We aren’t the only place in town that shares tools and skills. There are a number of places throughout Calgary that can lend a hand in a bunch of ways. Here are just a few:
The Permaculture Guild Mobile Tool Library encourages and promotes permaculture in Calgary.
Preserve Food Skills was born out of a passion to help connect people to traditional foods, and a desire to bring people together in the kitchen.
Beakerhead advances the understanding of science and engineering as part of everyday life – through art and culture.
Fuse 33 is Calgary’s Community Shop. Take advantage of their comprehensive Woodshop, Metalshop, Sewing lab, 3D printing studio, laser cutters, CNC and so much more. They offer memberships and drop-ins that work for you and whatever you do.
Protospace is an incubator for projects and innovation. We are a shared workspace who provide tools and and a pool of creative knowledge to our community.
Other Tool Libraries
• Ketchikan • Comox • Vancouver • Edmonton • Halifax • St John • Montreal • Ottawa • Kingston • Peterborough • Kitchener • Toronto • MORE •
The Calgary Tool Library is built in partnership with the following supporters:
The Calgary Foundation | First Calgary Financial | Brookfield Residential | Remington Development Corporation | Tool Shed Brewing |
Awesome Foundation Calgary | Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP | Calgary SprayFoamWorx | Makita Canada Inc | Momentum | Thrive | SkyFire Energy | Tides Canada | Bridgeland Riverside Community Association | Do it Green | Federation of Calgary Communities | Bridgeland Market | Blue Star Diner | Cannibale | Journey Yoga | 7-Eleven | Julya Hajnoczky Photography | Sam Hester Graphic Recording | Inglewood Art Supplies | Little Hippies Yoga | Vita Fitness | Baya Rica Cafe | Starbucks | MVP Modern Barbers | Make and Create Studio | Pallettable Creations YYC |