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Repair Cafe Comes to Three Creeks Community Library
Save money and bring your broken items to a Repair Cafe to get them fixed for FREE!
Join Repair Clark County on Thursday, July 11th from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Three Creeks Community Library (800 NE Tenney Rd.). The Repair Cafe helps keep things out of our landfills, conserve resources and save money by having skilled “fixers” repair your broken items and maybe teach you how to fix it too!
Items that can be brought in for repair include small appliances, electronics, lamps, fans, jewelry, clean clothing or textiles that need mending or tools/knives that need sharpening. For a complete list of items visit Clark County Repair Cafe online.
It is encouraged and appreciated for attendees to bring any replacement parts needed for their broken items. You must be present during the repair.
There is no guarantee an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more.
Please, limit one item per person. Item must be small enough to be carried by one person easily.
Please do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, contain gasoline or have a strong odor out of consideration for the fixers.
If you have any questions or are interested in becoming a volunteer “fixer”, email [email protected].
About The Repair Cafe
Repair Cafe’s are free community events where skilled ‘fixers’ volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring their broken items in for repair. The goal of the events is to keep stuff out of the landfill, conserve resources, save money and share skills throughout the community.
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