Share * Make * Mend

20 May, 2013 at 3:47 pm 5 comments

Here’s the updated program… note the urban orchards tour will probably kick off at 2:30 but may run a couple of times as needed, and the food swap will largely be 2-3:30.
Don’t forget to bring along anything you’d like to swap – clothes, books, food – or for repair/advice – broken jewellery, bags, bicycles, ceramics, clothing, shoes, small electrical appliances, toys and umbrellas. Don’t worry if you don’t have anything to bring – you’ll most likely make someone happy by giving something a good home!
And most especially, don’t forget to join the facebook event and invite your friends!
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Want to learn some practical DIY skills, be creative and more environmentally sustainable?  On Saturday 1 June, Transition Darebin and the Sharehood are bringing together a diverse range of workshops to share skills in making and mending.
To mark Global Sharing Day in Melbourne, join us for an afternoon of free workshops, a food swap, clothes and book swap and kids’ entertainment, from 1.30 – 4pm at Northcote Uniting Church, 251 High St, Northcote. Draft program below.
If you’d like to help on the day we’d love to hear from you! (email gatherings[at]transitiondarebin.org.au)
Join the facebook event.
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