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Bicycle Repair Café – Hobart

Friday, June 21st, 4 to 7 pm at the Hobart Farmers' Market 101 Maple Avenue, Hobart NY 13788 A Repair Café is where you bring your beloved-but-broken items and work with a volunteer repair specialist to fix them -- for free! This one is devoted exclusively to bikes. Last year, about 35 people got their bikes tuned up, and listened to live music while enjoying delectables from the Fork in the Road food truck. This year, Sam from Otsego Bicycles will return to share his awesome repair skills. If your bike needs more than a tune-up, Sam has the know-how to diagnose the problem. At about 5 pm, there will be a group bike ride on the fabulous Catskill Scenic Trail, starting and ending at the Hobart Farmers' Market. So grab your bike and join us! The Hobart Farmers' Market offers a wide variety of local foods and baked goods, as well as craft items and books from the Hobart Book Village.

By |June 19th, 2019|Event, Fitness, Skills|0 Comments
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Repair Café – Roxbury

Saturday, March 9th, 10am - 2pm At the Carriage House behind Gould Church in Roxbury At a Repair Café, we bring our beloved-but-broken items and together, with a volunteer Repair Specialist, we fix them! We'll be repairing lamps and appliances, and mending clothing and other textiles. We will have standard lamp parts available for purchase. We can help diagnose problems and figure out where to order specialty parts. Don't let this opportunity pass you by! We have two very skilled volunteers to repair clothing and textiles. If you need a specialty zipper replaced, please bring the new zipper with you. There will be fresh brewed coffee and homemade cookies, too. We can't guarantee everything is fixable, but we're certain you'll have an interesting time. The Gould Church is located at 53837 State Hwy 30, Roxbury, NY 12474

By |February 5th, 2019|Event, Skills|0 Comments
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Repair Café – Delhi

It's official - Repair Cafés save lives!! In the photo above, a young couple brought in the Great Grandmother's lamp, which had "just started to work again." Our Repair Specialist discovered a short that could have caused a fire.   Do you have an iffy lamp or appliance that needs repair? Don't toss it! Bring it to the Repair Café!   Repair Café is a free community event where we bring our beloved-but-broken items and together, with volunteer Repair Coaches, we fix them!   We can't guarantee everything is fixable, but we're sure you'll have an interesting time. Saturday, July 28, 10am - 2pm at Bushel, 84 Main St., Delhi

By |July 23rd, 2018|Event, Skills|0 Comments
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Bicycle Repair Café

Friday, June 15th, 4 to 7 pm Bring your bicycle to the Hobart Farmers' Market and work with a volunteer Repair Specialist for a free tune-up. We'll have basic supplies on hand for purchase (such as flat tire patches and derailer cables). Work with a volunteer Repair Specialist who will tighten your bike's brakes, oil the chain, adjust the gears, pump up the tires or fix a flat. Do you have a bike to sell, or would you like to buy a used bike? Come see what's on offer. While you're there, enjoy live music, local crafts, farm fresh produce, and delectables from Fork in the Road food truck. The market is located right next to the Catskill Scenic Trail, where you can take your newly repaired bike for a spin. Join us! The Hobart Farmer's Market is located on the Town Green, 101 Maple Avenue in Hobart, NY

By |June 4th, 2018|Event|0 Comments
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Repair Café – Hobart

Repair Café – Hobart Join us Saturday, October 21st, 10am-2pm at the United Methodist Church, 204 Maple Avenue in Hobart (entrance at side on Pearl St) for our third Repair Café. Thrilled. That was the dominant emotion felt by the two-dozen people who brought their broken items to be fixed at the Repair Café we held in Delhi in May. They were thrilled to finally get their broken possessions fixed and put back into service, whether it was a chandelier with a faulty switch, a toaster oven that had stopped toasting, a fan that no longer whirred or a favorite pair of pants with a tear at the knee. Do you have a broken appliance that’s collecting dust till you find some way to fix it? Now’s your chance. Bring it to one of our volunteer Repair Coaches and work with them to make it run again. Do you have favorite articles of clothing that need buttons re-sewn? Bring them to the Repair Café and sew them back on while enjoying a cup of coffee and a snack. We have a large assortment of buttons and thread of all colors. Our Repair Coaches will work with you to fix: small appliances vacuum cleaners lamps furniture small items made of wood clothing We can’t guarantee that everything will be fixed, but we’re certain you’ll have an interesting time.

By |October 8th, 2017|Event|0 Comments