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Keep Austin Local: Toybrary

Give your kids a place to play and learn while supporting local.

AUSTIN, Texas — KVUE wants to help “Keep Austin Local” by highlighting the local businesses, events and people that make Austin special.

On Monday, KVUE stopped by Toybrary, a toy library in Austin that offers much more than just borrowing toys. At Toybrary, parents can have birthday parties or rent out rooms for lessons like dance or piano. Parents can also do drop-in childcare, have playtime and even buy new toys.

The spot is for young kids age baby through five years old. Parents are able to relax and watch their children in comfortable chairs while their kids run around.

Toybrary opened eight years ago by Liza Wilson. Wilson has worked in child education for years and started Toybrary to create a positive, clean and welcoming environment where children, parents and teachers can interact and learn.

Toybrary offers memberships that allow parents to bring their kids in for playtime, anytime. Members can also check out toys as often as they’d like, and they get a discount on birthday parties.

Toybrary has an upcoming toy drive for SAFE coming up.

You can find Toybrary at 2001 Justin Lane in Austin, or online here.

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