This is a joint repair event with the Gresham Repair Cafes! Bring your broken small appliances, bikes to be fixed, and garments to be mended and our volunteers will do our best to fix them for free!
We’re back at the Southeast Portland Tool Library for our last Repair Cafe until August. Come get your small appliances, bikes and garments repaired before we take a summer break. We’ll be in the basement of the Hinson Memorial Baptist Church at 1137 SE 20th Ave, at the corner of SE20th Ave and SE Salmon.
Come celebrate Earth Day with us and get something repaired. We’re back with an old friend – the North Portland Tool Library. As usual, we’ll be fixing small appliances, garments and bikes. We’ll have knife and tool sharpening (limit 2 items per person) and small engine repair, too.
Find us in the Historic Kenton Firehouse’s event hall, located at 2209 N Schofield St, Portland, OR
If you’re interested in volunteering for this event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
We are thrilled to partner with the ReBuilding Center for our March Repair Cafe. Bring your broken small appliances, garments and bikes and we’ll do our best to fix them. Julie from JD’s Shoe repair will be giving leather care tips and providing limited shoe goo applications, and we will have a couple volunteers with their tool and knife sharpeners. Please only bring 2 sharpening items per person.
We’ll be in the ReBuilding Center’s ReFind Education Center on the north side of the building located at 3625 N Mississippi Blvd. Enter through the door to the administrative offices. Signs will direct you.
The ReBuilding Center has a small parking lot on the south side of the building, plus street parking. Tell others about this event! Feel free to download and share this flyer.
Join us for the last Fix-It Fair of the season, when we’ll once again repair small appliances and mend garments. This Fair is at Madison High School, 2735 NE 82nd Ave. Our fabulous volunteers will accept items for repair from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. You can register here to tell us what item you’ll bring. Pre-registration is not required. Check out the What to Expect page for more details about our events.
January’s Fix-It Fair takes place at George Middle School, 10000 N Burr Ave. Although the Fair’s hours are 9:30 am – 2:30 pm, we’ll be on-hand to fix small appliances and mend garments from 10:30-1:30. Come check out all the Fix-It Fair has to offer and learn about a host of resources available to local residents. Registration is not required, but you can register in advance here to tell us what item you’ll bring for repair. Learn more about our events on the What to Expect page.
Bring your garments for mending and small appliances for repair as we once again partner with the City of Portland’s Fix-It Fair. We’ll hold a Repair Cafe from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm at Ron Russell Middle School, 3955 SE 112th Ave. Come check out all the Fix-It Fair has to offer and learn about a host of resources available to local residents. Although registration isn’t required, you can sign up for the Repair Cafe here and let us know what item you’ll be bringing for repair.
Join us for a return visit to Community Warehouse, one of our fabulous community partners. Bring your broken small appliances, bikes, garments and other textiles and we’ll do our best to fix them. We’ll be there, 3969 NE MLK Blvd, from 6 to 8pm. Please enter through the parking lot, just south of Shaver. Although pre-registering isn’t required, when you sign up here it helps us determine how many people may be attending.
We appreciate it when our fans and volunteers tell others about our events. If you’d like to help spread the word about this event, you can download our flyer and share it as you wish.
Volunteers will be fixing small appliances, repairing bicycles and mending clothes. Hope to see you there! Sign up here if you know you’re coming!
We are super excited to be back fixing bikes, small appliances and mending textiles at Rosewood Initiative!! Click this link to download the event flyer: 2016-07-06_Flyer_Rosewood Initiative