Rhinebeck Repair Café VII– Broken Stuff Fixed for Free

Come out Sat. July 25th noon to 4 pm to Rhinebeck Town Hall at 80 East Market Street (12572) to the Real Majority Project’s and County Legislator Joel Tyner’s seventh Rhinebeck Repair Cafe– bring your “broken but beloved” stuff in to be fixed for free by one of many expert volunteer repair coaches who will be there that day:

— Kathleen Everett and Sarah Stevens (clothing/knitting/mending)

— Vallerie Legeay, LMT (licensed massage therapist– healing bad backs!)

— Chris Ham (computers/electronics– with new 3-D printer he assembled himself!)

— Brent Zwerdloff (Rhinebeck author and memory expert (check out hishttp://www.FlexYourMemory.com/ site– Brent in one afternoon (for free!) can teach you how to “remember your clients’ names and faces as a gateway to success, mastering people’s names from the moment you meet– also learn how to commit speeches, scripts, lists, and other sequential information to memory– so you can think faster on your feet, enhance your creativity, and make you more socially connected.”!)

— Dimitri Galitzine, Dave Heller, and Ken Douglas (furniture/everything– including lamps, vacuum cleaners, electrical appliances, more!)

See: http://www.RepairCafeHV.org/ ;
http://www.RepairCafe.org/ .

Contact event co-organizer Kathleen Everett at rhinebeckrepaircafe@gmail.com for more info– or Joel at joeltyner@earthlink.net or 845-464-2245!

[join Kathleen and 150+ at Rhinebeck Repair Cafe too(!):
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