May 2023 Clinic Highlights
It was a beauty of a day to take apart, mend, or call time of death on 39 objects. I even got a wee bit sunburned. Folks brought us everything … Continue reading
Reuse-a-Palooza at The Plant!
First of all, forgive me for not updating the past two months–we had two jam packed clinics at our Bluestem Restoration location. Bonkers! So, sometimes it’s just tricky to find … Continue reading
January 2023 Highlights
Wooooeee, that was an aerobic clinic! In three hours, nine of us completed 32 repairs and called time of death (or recommended replacement parts) for five additional items. A sampling … Continue reading
First Clinic of the Year! This Sunday, January 22nd.
Come get your stuff fixed at our first clinic of the year, which just so happens to coincide with everyone’s favorite holiday, National Hot Sauce Day! Hot sauce is already … Continue reading
Next clinic Sunday, November 13th!
Community Glue Workshop Repair ClinicSunday, November 13th, 12pm – 3pmBluestem Restoration, 2844 N Leavitt St.REPAIRS ARE ALWAYS FREE Dear thrifty and environmentally-conscious beings, Come get your stuff fixed for free … Continue reading
October 2022 Clinic Highlights
This was only our second time working out of Lathrop Homes, and we weren’t sure what to expect, but we had folks bring us items from Rogers Park to Midway. … Continue reading
Coming up in October! Back at Lathrop!
First Clinic at Historic Lathrop Homes!
On September 18th we ventured away from our Edgewater/Rogers Park locations for our first repair clinic at Lathrop Homes, a 1938 public housing development, recently repaired, restored and turned into … Continue reading
Next Clinic is Sunday, May 22nd!
We’re back up north this month! We’ll be outside at Family Matters, 7731 N. Marshfield in Rogers Park. As usual, all our repairs (or diagnoses if we aren’t able to … Continue reading
Highlights from Reuse-a-Palooza at The Plant!
Well, last Sunday was a hoot. This Earth Day weekend, we had around three dozen items brought to us over a four hour period. And a whole lot of thank … Continue reading