Welcome to the University Heights Tool Library
Join us for City of Light and help us celebrate the holidays in the University Heights!
City of Light is a collaborative project between the UHC and B-Team Buffalo. As B-Team’s signature annual event, City of Light focuses on building community by lighting and decorating homes for the holidays, putting on a winter carnival for kids, and holding a community dinner and tree lighting ceremony.
How you can help:
If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Taughrin, B Team Buffalo Chairperson, at 716-536-0266, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Volunteer to help decorate: We will have shifts from 9a-1p and 2p-6p for decorating. A carnival shift is available from 1:30p-5:30p. Shifts can also be customized to fit into your schedule, every hour of volunteering is appreciated! You can sign-up to volunteer on B Team's website.
- Donate to the Indiegogo Campaign: Help support this project by donating to B Team Buffalo's Indiegogo Campaign and help them hit their goal.
- Donate decorations and lights: You can drop off new or used holiday decorations and lights at the University Heights Tool Library (located at 5 W. Northrup Place) to be used on the 6th.
Nickel City Indie Market - Right in the Heights
Join the Nickel City Indie Market EVERY FOURTH FRIDAY from 6-10PM at our Community Space at 9 W. Northrup Place (right next to the Tool Library).
Nickel City Indie Market is a group of local artisans and crafters with skills and talents ranging from jewelry making, book making, and textiles to metalworking, painting, and handmade soaps and lotions.
Buy local and check out the Community Space, available for use by anyone in the community!
Revised Hours of Operation!
Did you know the Tool Library is staffed entirely by volunteers?
If you are interested in volunteering a few hours of your time please email, call, stop in or fill out the volunteer application on our website and we’d be happy to work something out!
A Year in Review
Did you know the Tool Library does more than just loan out tools? Check out our annual report to see some of the projects we've worked on in the community.
Got an idea or project you'd like to see implemented in your neighborhood? Let us help you get it off the ground!