Between a bimonthly Fixit Clinic and newly installed bicycle repair stations, Redwood City and partner agencies are looking to help residents learn how they can bring new life to their items rather than toss out broken goods.

If it can be carried, it can be brought to the city’s new Maker Space where the bimonthly Fixit Clinic is held. This Wednesday, July 20, at 6:30 p.m. marks the latest of the events where volunteer Fixit Coaches will teach participants how to disassemble, troubleshoot and repair their broken items.

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Westy

Love this! Thanks for covering it. What great synergy--building community while contributing real solutions to real issues.

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