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Martinborough Toy Library ran a very successful bake sale at the rose and flower show on November 14th. We raised a whopping $200! Thank you to all the volunteers who were able to bake and donate their time to run the stall. Looking forward to some new toys being released in the new year with these great fundraising efforts.

Speaking of new year, we will be open on Saturday December 19th 2020 then closed for 3 weeks, opening on January 16th 2021.

Last month we thanked local business sponsors Kitcheners and Neighbourhood Cafe for donating the coffee machine and icecream counter. We got some good snaps of some of our members putting these toys to good use!

If you want to share any pictures of your little ones playing with any of our toys, please email to martytoylibrary@gmail.com. We try to keep our Facebook page up to date with fundraising events and new toys so make sure you’re following Martinborough Toy Library.

Please also get in touch if you or someone you know is able to volunteer with us – we are always in need of volunteers.

We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable break and we look forward to what 2021 brings. See you in the new year!

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