Rhinebeck Repair Cafe XV Get Broken/Beloved Stuff Fixed Free!
Come out Sat. Nov. 5th to the Rhinebeck Town Hall at 80 East Market Street to Kathleen Everett’s, the Real Majority Project’s and County Legislator Joel Tyner’s 15th Rhinebeck Town Hall Repair Cafe (at 80 East Market St. 12572)– 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(!).
Repair Coaches that day will include:
— Sarah Stevens and Amy Smith(clothing/knitting/needlework/mending)
— Rhinebeck Highway Superintendent Barry Sherrod & Dimitri Galitzine (bikes/musical instruments/furniture/everything– including lamps, vacuum cleaners, electrical appliances, more!)
— Vallerie Legeay, LMT (licensed massage therapy)
— Barbara Eichin (jewelry)
— Chris Ham (computers/electronics)
— Vince Murray (welding everything!)
Joel launched Rhinebeck Repair Cafes in 2014 after John Wackman brought Holland’s Repair Cafe idea to New Paltz; we need to continue to move local towns and the county towards zero waste and away from incinerating/landfilling things that aren’t garbage:
Again– pls let Joel know if you are interested in helping to launch a Happy Cafe or two here locally in Rhinebeck/Clinton/Dutchess area(!)…see: http://www.happycounts.org/ ;
Contact event co-organizer Kathleen Everett at email@example.com for more info– or Joel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-464-2245!
Join Kathleen and 150+ at Rhinebeck Repair Cafe too(!):