Page Public Library lends more than just books

Sports equipment, backpacks and guidebooks will help patrons have fun and see new places.

Most people think of libraries as places that lend out only books and DVDs. Not in Page, it isn’t!

The “Library of Things” at the Page Public Library is a community service that offers a variety of things for patrons to check out – from sporting equipment kits to bikes to cake pans.

The collection supports lifelong learning, creativity and fun.

“This collection offers Page area library members the opportunity to be introduced to new and emerging technologies, to try out items before buying them, and encourages the ‘sharing economy’ by offering access to items that may normally be inaccessible to many patrons or needed just once or twice a year,” said Debbie Winlock, the director of Page Public Library.

The Page Public Library has always been a place where people can come to learn anything they are curious about – now they are offering patrons the tools to satisfy and encourage that curiosity. 

The following items are available for check out:

Science kits  


Disk golf 

Tennis kits 

Pickle ball 

Mountain bikes 

Bike locks 

Early literacy kits 



Mobile hotspots 

Launch pads 


Cake pans 

Day hiking backpacks 

Board games 



Overnight hiking bags 

DVD/CD players 

Waffle brick Maker 


Coming soon (May): 

Tools for DIY projects

Metal detector 

Fishing poles 

Horseshoe game kit 

Bubble maker machine 

Electricity usage monitor 

Digital projector 

Sewing machines 

Math kits 

Inflatable sleeping pads 

Crepe maker 

Panini press 

Stud finder 

Trim removal tool

Auto terminal removal key tool kit 

The library accepts suggestions on items to add to its “Library of Things” and takes donations of gently used items for its collection. Donations of items will only be accepted if the item is in usable condition with a reasonable expectation it can circulate for at least one year after acquisition.

To donate items, email a description of the item to pagel[email protected]. Stop by your library to see what’s new! 

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