Red Brick Toy Library

The Red Brick Toy Library: A sustainable community service.

It is a community toy library servicing the Tri-Region area (Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County). Members are encouraged to borrow, enjoy, and exchange toys. Different levels of memberships are available for those who are low income or who agree to volunteer.

The toy library offers a wide selection of toys for elementary school-age children. Children enjoy the novelty of choosing toys that are different from the ones they have at home. Parents, grandparents, and caregivers are able to borrow age-appropriate toys that will help their children develop skills they will use throughout their lives.

The library contains a variety of toys; the most popular items are the ride-on toys, trucks, and slides. We also have puzzles, playsets, puppets, Lego, games, and much more.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating toys, please call or text Melissa 780-686-2203.

The Red Brick Toy Library is located in room 10 in the PERC building, 5413-51 Street in Old Towne Stony Plain.

Borrow some fun!

Join our toy library community today!

Memberships are billed monthly on the day you sign up. 

Basic Membership

What’s included: 

  • Borrow two items at a time
  • Keep items for up to two weeks
  • Stay and play for up to an hour
  • Premium items like piker triangle, arch, rocker/stepper boat and large train set can be rented for an additional fee of $5 per large toy.


Purchase an e-gift card: these make great birthday presents, Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers for that hard to shop for kid in your life. 

Why join?

  • borrow from hundreds of quality toys
  • expose your child to a greater range of play experiences
  • save money by borrowing toys each week rather than buying
  • reduce clutter by borrowing large toys such as bikes, scooters, kitchens, basketball hoops and slides
  • reduce toy waste to landfill
  • meet other local parents
  • learn about ages and stages of play and development
  • contribute to your local community