Toy Library – Mascot
26 Oct, 2021 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 9:30am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, repeating until November 1, 2021
What’s a toy library?
It’s like a regular library but with toys instead of books. Our members pay a membership fee of only $40 a year.
Toy libraries are:
- environmentally friendly
- save you money
- save space and reduce clutter
- build community; and
- give you a regular flow of engaging toys for your children.
All our toys are carefully cleaned and sanitised regularly.
Interested in becoming a member?
First have a look at the TOYS section of our online library
Sign up now: Using our online form
Transfer your $40 to (BSB) 062239 (Account Number) 10182171 and reference the payment ‘Toy + Your Name’
Scan or Email a copy/photo of 2 forms of ID (Medicare card, Passport, Drivers Licence) – or provide these when you pick up your first toy loan
Login and select: Browse and reserve your toys online in the Toys section then pick up at The SECC Community Hub, 1007 Botany Rd, Mascot during our regular hours or by arrangement with Tania 0416 150 532 or email@example.com…
Borrowing and drop off times are:
Monday to Thursday: 9.30am to 3pm
Friday: 9.30am to 2:30pm
Requests to borrow toys/reservations must be made by noon on Friday for Monday-Tuesday pick-up, noon on Tuesday for Wednesday- Thursday pick-up and noon on Thursday for Friday pick-up.
Join our toy library today for just $40 a year.
Access a large variety of toys that are frequently updated.
Save money – the Toy Library’s Annual Membership Fee of $40 is less than the cost of one toy.
Borrow toys instead of buying them. If it’s not a hit with your child you can swap it for something else.
Borrow up to six toys every fortnight.
Swap toys for something different each fortnight and save on storage space, or renew your loan to borrow them for longer.
Plan for your play dates, birthday parties and holidays by borrowing up to 20 toys for up to one month in advance.
Prevent ‘toy burnout’. How often have you bought your child an expensive toy only for them to grow bored with it within days?