Working Tools

Working Tools

Saturday February 15th 2020 1:30pm

Ottawa Public Library – Stittsville Branch

Dr. Ken Hartin’s collection of antique tools

Nigel Kilby, far left, a member of the Goulbourn Township Historical Society’s re-enactment committee, shows an historic wooden tool to fellow members, from left to right, Bram Blenk, Angela Kilby, Jennifer Chaplin and Lynn Blenk at the Historical Society’s annual meeting in 1987 (from the Stittsville New Dec 16, 1987)

Discover our display of working tools of the past and how they were used around the home.  These include irons, saws, spades and cutters.  Many of these tools can still be found in outdoor sheds, basements or workshop in working order as they are hard to break, even outlasting modern items.

Do you have an old working tool that you would want to show and possible identify?  Bring it along and together we might figure it out!

This even if free and open to the general public. Drop in during the afternoon and see out exhibit. As always there will be refreshments.

We also encourage you to view our annual photo exhibit in the Library’s “ArtSpace” during the month of February. This year we are also focussing on tools of our ancestors.