Green Neighbors Program

The Clark County Green Neighbors Program was developed and is maintained by Clark County Solid Waste and Environmental Outreach to assist citizens with developing more sustainable lifestyles and building a strong environmental community in Clark County. Solid waste regional planning and programs are a cooperative effort of Battle Ground, Camas, Clark County, La Center, Ridgefield, Vancouver, Washougal, and Yacolt. Funding for this project provided by a grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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Repair Clark County: Repair Goes Remote Pilot Program

Tuesday, August 25, 2020 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Due to health concerns, all Repair Clark County events are either postponed or modified. Please see updated information at the Columbia Springs website.

 

Repair Goes Remote pilot program:

  • Clients drop off items to-be-repaired on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month, from 4-6PM (beginning August 25th)
  • Following Thursday-volunteers pick up items from Columbia Springs and take home, fix at own pace
  • Volunteers drop off “completed” items (fixed, not fixable or in-progress) every 2nd and 4th Monday
  • Clients pick up items at normal drop off times

Requires preregistration for all items-client agrees to liability waiver and safety precautions, including wearing a mask whenever interacting with Repair Clark County staff or volunteers.

Clients additionally agree to their items being donated if not picked up within 1 month of notice they are ready.

Volunteers are not expected to spend more time on items than they would during a normal Repair Clark County event, unless they would like to. 

Bar code scanner will be used to track items, clients and fixers. Bar codes will be assigned to items as they arrive and tracked in spreadsheet. Additionally, when a volunteer picks up item(s), they will be assigned in the spreadsheet to properly track who has which items. Finally, when the items are returned, they will be scanned and the outcome tracked (fixed, not fixable, in progress) and scanned when releasing the items back to the client to track total numbers of items returned and outcomes. 

This tracking system furthers the goal of being able to track what types of consumables the program would benefit from (fuses, adhesives, etc.) 

 

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 360-882-0936 X 224 or repair@columbiasprings.org

VIRTUAL Repair Clark County Show & Tell

Monday, March 1, 2021 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
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Join us virtually on Monday, March 1, 6 – 7:15 pm! Guest speaker Terra will share about the Repair Clark County program and how they help others repair, upcycle and more! After the presentation, we will have a show & tell opportunity. Bring an item that you have upcycled or repaired if you would like to share!  We are excited to hear about new ideas! 

Watch the Zoom Recording

Passcode: J!zGs7Us
 

Contact: Shannon Hunter, shannon.hunter@clark.wa.gov

Repair Clark County Remote Item Drop-off

Saturday, May 22, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Help keep stuff out of the landfill, conserve resources and save money. Repair Clark County (RCC) events are your opportunity to have your broken items fixed for free by skilled volunteers.

Fort Vancouver Regional Library has partnered with the RCC program to bring you remote drop off events at each of 3 branches.

Saturday, May 22nd, 12-1PM

You can register for a spot at one of 3 local library branches and drop your items off and pick them back up, roughly 2-4 weeks later.

Cascade Park

Battle Ground

Three Creeks

The Repair Clark County program is intended for items that need minor repairs. Items that can be repaired include small appliances, lamps or fans, jewelry, kitchen knives, yard and garden tools that need sharpening and clean clothing or textiles to be mended. Check out the website for a complete list of items to bring for repair: www.RepairClarkCounty.org. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more. Only bring items that are smaller than 24” in all dimensions. Multiple items are welcome, but all must be registered separately. No microwaves or gas engines.

Questions? Please email repair@columbiasprings.org or call 360-882-0936 ext. 224.

Repair Clark County

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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At Repair Clark County events, volunteer "fixers" repair your broken household items for free!

Find more information and see the full 2020 schedule here

Repair Clark County: Vancouver

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Repair Clark County is a  free community events where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

 

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Woodland

Thursday, March 12, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Columbia Springs has announced their decision to postpone the Repair Clark County event in Woodland. They will do their best to reschedule the event in the future.

 

Woodland Community Service Center Repair Clark County is a free community events where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact Information:

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

 

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Vancouver (sharpening only)

Friday, April 24, 2020 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Every Day until April 26, 2020

ALL COLUMBIA SPRINGS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ARE ON HIATUS. CHECK THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE UPDATES. https://www.columbiasprings.org/

This Repair Clark County is at the Home and Garden Idea Fair for knife sharpening ONLY!

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items for repair. The goal of these events is to keep stuff out of the landfill, conserve resources, save money and share skills throughout the community.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repairclarkcounty.org  

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Vancouver (sharpening only)

Saturday, April 25, 2020 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Every Day until April 26, 2020

ALL COLUMBIA SPRINGS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ARE ON HIATUS. CHECK THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE UPDATES. https://www.columbiasprings.org/

This Repair Clark County is at the Home and Garden Idea Fair for knife sharpening ONLY!

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items for repair. The goal of these events is to keep stuff out of the landfill, conserve resources, save money and share skills throughout the community.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repairclarkcounty.org  

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Vancouver (sharpening only)

Sunday, April 26, 2020 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Every Day until April 26, 2020

ALL COLUMBIA SPRINGS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ARE ON HIATUS. CHECK THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE UPDATES. https://www.columbiasprings.org/

This Repair Clark County is at the Home and Garden Idea Fair for knife sharpening ONLY!

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items for repair. The goal of these events is to keep stuff out of the landfill, conserve resources, save money and share skills throughout the community.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repairclarkcounty.org  

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Camas

Saturday, May 16, 2020 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Columbia Springs has announced their decision to postpone the Repair Clark County event in Camas. They will do their best to reschedule the event in the future.

 

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

Repair Clark County Tool Sharpening: Vancouver

Saturday, June 20, 2020 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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The Repair Clark County program will be relaunching in a limited way. We are starting with a drive-through mini event-sharpening only. 

Please be advised: to cut down on interactions between clients and volunteers, we will be asking clients to agree to the standard liability and media release digitally, as part of the registration process. We will also be requiring clients to agree to our safety precautions for the event.

 

Please click here to register for an arrival time/appointment. You will be sent a confirmation email.

 

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

POSTPONED Repair Clark County

Thursday, July 30, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Due to health concerns, all Repair Clark County events are either postponed or modified. Please see updated information at the Columbia Springs website.

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

POSTPONED Repair Clark County: Vancouver

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Due to health concerns, all Repair Clark County events are either postponed or modified. Please see updated information at the Columbia Springs website.

Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info:

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

Repair Clark County: Battle Ground

Thursday, September 10, 2020 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info: 

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

Repair Clark County: Vancouver

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Repair Clark County is a free community event where skilled 'fixers' volunteer to lend their skills to residents who bring in their broken items 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.

Bring your clothing, small home appliances, electronics, jewelry, or tools/knives that need sharpening, and fixers will try to repair them or help you fix them! Attendees may bring one item each and must be present during the repair. If multiple items are brought, the attendee will need to re-enter the line for their additional item after one repair is completed. Attendees are encouraged to bring replacement parts (i.e. cords, zippers) specific to their broken item for fixers to use in the repair.

Experienced fixers will try to repair or mend your items and can sometimes teach you how to fix them. Please only bring items small enough to be easily carried by one person, and do not bring any items that are leaking, dangerous, dirty or have a strong odor. There are no guarantees an item can be fixed, or that attempting to fix it won’t break it even more, but fixers will be available to diagnose problems and offer their best, unbiased advice. Volunteers will provide free diagnosis and repair skills, and replacement parts may be available for sale at a low cost.Visit RepairClarkCounty.org for more information.

Contact info:

360-882-0936 X 224

repair@columbiasprings.org

Repair Goes Remote program Client drop off at Vancouver Community Library

Thursday, September 2, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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You are invited to drop off broken household items for repair. All items must be preregistered. Visit repairclarkcounty.org for more info and to preregister items. If dropping at a library branch, you must ALSO secure yourself a spot by navigating to the FVRL calendar. Library drop offs are limited to first 20 clients only.
 
We repair items in the categories of:
  • Appliances-toasters, mixers, lamps, etc.
  • Electronics-radios, CD players, DVD players, vintage radios, etc.
  • Sharpening-knives, scissors, pruners, etc. Sorry-we cannot sharpen anything with multiple teeth, such as a saw blade or hedge trimmers
  • Sewing-rips, hemming, mending, zippers, etc.
  • Other-jewelry, home décor, etc.
 Rules of thumb: All items must be small enough to be easily carried by one person. No microwaves, gas engines or bicycles. Some items may be returned without repair attempts due to space constraints.
 
Questions? Please see the website. You can also contact the program coordinator, Terra by emailing  repair@columbiasprings.org or calling 360-882-0936 X 224

ReLIT Upcycled Lamp Tour and Auction

Saturday, September 4, 2021 12:00 am - Friday, September 10, 2021 5:00 pm
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ReLit, Columbia Springs' upcycled lighting festival, showcases the connection between environmental education and the footprint of the everyday “stuff” we all have.
Giving extended life to unrepairable items is full circle stewardship and preserves the natural resources used to create them.

September 4th – September 10th: Lamps showcased in Columbia Springs’ building windows

Silent auction closes at 5:00 PM on September 10th.

View the lamps here!

For more information, visit www.columbiasprings.org/relit

Repair Goes Remote program Client drop off at Three Creeks Library

Saturday, September 11, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This event does not repeat
You are invited to drop off broken household items for repair. All items must be preregistered. Visit repairclarkcounty.org for more info and to preregister items. If dropping at a library branch, you must ALSO secure yourself a spot by navigating to the FVRL calendar. Library drop offs are limited to first 20 clients only.
 
We repair items in the categories of:
  • Appliances-toasters, mixers, lamps, etc.
  • Electronics-radios, CD players, DVD players, vintage radios, etc.
  • Sharpening-knives, scissors, pruners, etc. Sorry-we cannot sharpen anything with multiple teeth, such as a saw blade or hedge trimmers
  • Sewing-rips, hemming, mending, zippers, etc.
  • Other-jewelry, home décor, etc.
 Rules of thumb: All items must be small enough to be easily carried by one person. No microwaves, gas engines or bicycles. Some items may be returned without repair attempts due to space constraints.
 
Questions? Please see the website. You can also contact the program coordinator, Terra by emailing  repair@columbiasprings.org or calling 360-882-0936 X 224

Repair Goes Remote program Client drop off at Cascade Park Library

Monday, September 13, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This event does not repeat
You are invited to drop off broken household items for repair. All items must be preregistered. Visit repairclarkcounty.org for more info and to preregister items. If dropping at a library branch, you must ALSO secure yourself a spot by navigating to the FVRL calendar. Library drop offs are limited to first 20 clients only.
 
We repair items in the categories of:
  • Appliances-toasters, mixers, lamps, etc.
  • Electronics-radios, CD players, DVD players, vintage radios, etc.
  • Sharpening-knives, scissors, pruners, etc. Sorry-we cannot sharpen anything with multiple teeth, such as a saw blade or hedge trimmers
  • Sewing-rips, hemming, mending, zippers, etc.
  • Other-jewelry, home décor, etc.
 Rules of thumb: All items must be small enough to be easily carried by one person. No microwaves, gas engines or bicycles. Some items may be returned without repair attempts due to space constraints.
 
Questions? Please see the website. You can also contact the program coordinator, Terra by emailing  repair@columbiasprings.org or calling 360-882-0936 X 224

Repair Goes Remote program Client drop off at Battle Ground Library

Saturday, September 25, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This event does not repeat
You are invited to drop off broken household items for repair. All items must be preregistered. Visit repairclarkcounty.org for more info and to preregister items. If dropping at a library branch, you must ALSO secure yourself a spot by navigating to the FVRL calendar. Library drop offs are limited to first 20 clients only.
 
We repair items in the categories of:
  • Appliances-toasters, mixers, lamps, etc.
  • Electronics-radios, CD players, DVD players, vintage radios, etc.
  • Sharpening-knives, scissors, pruners, etc. Sorry-we cannot sharpen anything with multiple teeth, such as a saw blade or hedge trimmers
  • Sewing-rips, hemming, mending, zippers, etc.
  • Other-jewelry, home décor, etc.
 Rules of thumb: All items must be small enough to be easily carried by one person. No microwaves, gas engines or bicycles. Some items may be returned without repair attempts due to space constraints.
 
Questions? Please see the website. You can also contact the program coordinator, Terra by emailing  repair@columbiasprings.org or calling 360-882-0936 X 224
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