$225

After-School Program: Community Builder

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Toronto Tool Library

1803 Danforth Avenue

Toronto, Ontario M4C 1J2

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The Toronto Tool Library constantly strives to make our community better! In this six-week after-school program, Young Makers will focus on projects that do just that. Participants will learn basic woodworking skills and make their own small projects including a bird house to take home (or donate to a community garden). Ultimately the big project will be working together to build a Little Free Library for a decided upon area in the community.

This program focuses on community, collaborative planning, and woodworking. Under the close guidance of our facilitators, Young Makers will learn how to safely operate woodworking tools such as the chop saw, drill press, bandsaw, belt sander and an array of smaller hand and power tools.

Suitable for Young Makers age 9+

Date: Wednesday, January 17th - February 21st

Time: 4 p.m.- 6 p.m.

Cost: $225

If the cost of this program is prohibitive we can arrange for a discount if young makers bring a friend with them. For groups of 2 or more, each maker will save 10% off the price of this course.

Where: East-end location (1803 Danforth Ave.)

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1803 Danforth Avenue

Toronto, Ontario M4C 1J2

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