Come Bring Your Broken Stuff to the June Repair Fair!
Feeling despair about climate change? Check out this short film as to why it is never too late.
How is New Seasons Market working to reduce to reduce plastic waste? An exciting new program!
New Seasons customers have been asking how they can reduce plastic waste and one of those ways is to bring their own containers to the store. This is above and beyond bringing their own carry out bags and mugs to the store. For the first time, New Seasons will pay a 5 cent incentive for doing so, and give customers the opportunity to either take 5 cents off their bill or to "bag it forward" as a donation to a non-profit partner. All of these will be accepted for the credit:
Five ways to reduce your food waste!
Did you know that the average American family of four wastes $1500 per year on uneaten food? Here are some tips to save money and reduce that waste!
For more tips on how to handle holiday waste, check out Republic Services' Holiday Recycling Tips.
Calendar of Current events
What: Listening to Young People
When: May 1, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Where: River Grove Elementary School, 5850 McEwan Road; Lake Oswego (map)
Purpose: Join Oregon Humanities Conversation Project facilitator Emily Squires, and the River Grove Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team for a conversation that asks folks to explore their own beliefs about what it means to be young, and to reflect on their individual relationship to power as it relates to age.
What: Repair Fair
When: June 29, 2019
Where: Lake Oswego Community Center, 505 G Street, Lake Oswego
Purpose: Join this free community event that brings skilled volunteers and people with broken items together.
Help fixers know what tools to bring by
pre-registering your items here.