1017 Main Street (across from Freeman Park,
in the back of the United Way building)
Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Fridays 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
For more Information
Call the Woodland Toy Library at 666-2918

Located in downtown Woodland next to Freeman Park, the Woodland Toy Library (WTL) is a community-based organization open to all Yolo County families, as well as family daycare providers and day care centers. Run as a community service, the Library is staffed and managed entirely by member-volunteers and is sponsored by the City of Woodland's Parks & Recreation Department. The Toy Library is a great way for your family to reduce clutter in your home, save money, and meet other like-minded families. We have about 600 age-appropriate toys for infants, preschoolers, and grade-schoolers. Examples of the interesting and fun items you will find on our shelves include:

Train sets ~ Dollhouses ~ Musical instruments ~ Ride-on toys ~ Dress up clothes ~ Dinosaurs and animal figures ~ Puppet theatres ~ Fisher-Price ~ Blocks and building toys ~ Wooden puzzles ~ Board games ~ Large play trucks ~ Potato sacks ~ Play kitchens and cookware ~ Little Tykes ~ Ring and beanbag toss ~

Membership Since the WTL is a community co-op, members either pay annual dues ($15/yr) or volunteer for a 90-minute shift each month. Members can check out up to three items for a three-week period. Modest fines are charged for late, lost, or damaged toys. Volunteers earn their membership by working the front desk and checking toys in and out during library hours. Please consider volunteering, because the more volunteers available, the more hours we can be open. Naturally, your children are always welcome at the Library when you are working your shift.