Repair Café US

Free meeting places, all about repairing things together

How to get involved

Time: As a Repair Café local organizer you will need about 4 hours a week to get your Café up and running, a full day to run your first Café and then 2 hours a week to maintain the group and organize subsequent Cafés.

If there is no Repair Café in your area we can help you to start one. Just register your interest here and we'll guide you through the whole process of organizing your own Repair Café.

5 Steps
Who?
Nikki Siebenaler joined junk fixers a Repair Café US group about 2 months ago
Brian Bearson joined junk fixers a Repair Café US group about 2 months ago
Dixie Trixie joined junk fixers a Repair Café US group about 2 months ago
Julie Tix joined junk fixers a Repair Café US group about 2 months ago
Phil Johnson joined Duluth Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group 2 months ago
Kent Brown joined DIY Repair Café US Fargo/Moorhead a Repair Café US group 2 months ago
Jody Scott-Olson joined St Cloud Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group 2 months ago
Jody Scott-Olson joined Repair -Cafe- Crafting group- Waite Park, Mn a Repair Café US group 2 months ago
Samantha Hayden joined Car clinic a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
Brandi Blowers joined Repair Café US Brainerd a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
Leslie Campbell joined DIY Repair Café US Fargo/Moorhead a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
Leticia Flores joined Rochester repair café a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
Brooks Midbrod joined Silver Bay repair and renew a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
Tracy Bailey joined Iron Range Repairs a Repair Café US group 3 months ago
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