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Up!Skilling!

Become a 'Do-It-Yourselfer', and learn valuable skills that you can immediately take home and put into practice.


9:00am
Saturday February 1 2014
- 5:00am
Saturday March 1 2014

Venue: St Lukes United Church lower hall
Address: 5374 St Margarets Bay road
Cost: $10 suggested donation
Accessibility: yes lower floor is one level, but parking lot is not paved.

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Transition Bay is bringing together a wide range of trades, crafts and other skills persons to teach their skills. Book this unique event on your calendar and plan to spend a few hours or the whole day! Each skills-person will be teaching all day at a table or floor-space dedicated to learning. Become a 'Do-It-Yourselfer', and learn valuable skills that you can immediately take home and put into practice.

FREE ADMISSION ! (no pre-registration required). Spend an hour or the whole day. A $10 donation is suggested.
Perfect for all ages, youth and up!
Coffee, tea and snacks provided.
Homemade, delicious lunch available - free to youths!

Confirmed Skills to be Taught (as of Feb 19):
Beekeeping (afternoon only)
Chicken keeping (urban and suburban)
Cooking from scratch (beans & lentils)
Fermentation, pickles and kraut
Knife and saw sharpening
Tool handle making & restoring old tools
Organic soil amendments for your garden
Tree propagation, grafting and pruning
Bicycle repair and maintenance (morning only)
Soap making (afternoon only)
Seed saving (afternoon only)
Knitting
Bicycle repair and maintenance
Home energy retention and heating options (including heat pumps)
The Halifax Tool Library
Reusing, Re-purposing, Refurbishing
More skills being added constantly!

 

Organizer:robert.cervelli@gmail.com

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