The Silver Spring Timebank is hosting its 3rd annual Skill Share along with an added Repair Cafe new this year!
Sunday, February 10
Silver Spring Civic Center
One Veterans Plaza, downtown Silver Spring
This event will promote our timebank's talents to the entire community. It is FREE and open to the public.
If you're not sure what a Skill Share or Repair Cafe is, check out the video from our January 2018 Skill Share and our May 2018 Repair Cafe at the Montgomery GreenFest.
We have all NEW speakers and expert table topics for our February 2019 event. See below for the line up* of all including several repair experts. You can pop in for one or two talks and visit a few ask-the-expert/repair tables or stay for the entire event to absorb it all.
We hope you will be inspired to join the SSTB, but there's no pressure to do so. We just want you to enjoy yourself and learn something new for the New Year! Bring your friends and family and please forward this email to others.
Also new this year: babysitting for up to 12 children. We’ll have childcare provided by Black Tie Babysitting but advanced reservations are required. Click on this link to reserve your spot.
2019 SPEAKER SCHEDULE
2:05 Kathy Jentz – Welcome and Announcements
2:15-2:30pm Tanya DeKona – “Green Living/Money Saving Hacks”
2:35-2:50pm Dale Brown – “Turning Your ‘Trash’ into Someone Else's Treasure”
2:55-3:10pm Lisa Silverman – “ Feeding the Hungry Crowd with Delicious Casseroles”
3:15-3:30pm Adrienne Butler – “Vegetarian Meal Prep Tips “
3:35-3:50pm Edward Constable – “Knife Skills for the Home Cook”
3:55-4:10pm Madeline Caliendo – “Art Journaling for Wellness and Personal Growth”
4:15-4:30pm Elise Stigliano – “The Many Life Benefits of Gardening”
4:35-4:50pm Pete Tan – “Social Media Marketing for your Side Hustle”
2019 Repair Café & Ask the Expert TABLING ROOM
Silver Spring Timebank Help Desk ~ Tina Slater and Mary Murphy
Fixing Lamps and Home Repair Project Advice ~ Karl/Mr. Fixit
Furniture Repair ~ Simon Mauck
House Plant Diagnosis and Care ~ Lisa Jacobson
How to Make Sauerkraut ~ Linda Andrews
Bringing Old Computers Back to Life with Linux ~ Phil Shapiro
Navigating the Eldercare System (Ask the Social Worker) ~ Eleni Barber
How to Repair Broken Pottery ~ Tanya DeKona
Bike Repair ~ Fricka Ling
*As with all live events, final details may change. Check our Facebook page, Twitter page, or event signage for any last-minute adjustments. We will have a childcare room available. Watch for more information about how to reserve a spot for your child on our Facebook page.
The Silver Spring Civic Building is at the corner of Fenton Street and Ellsworth Drive. It is an eight minute walk north from the Silver Spring Metro Station. Many bus routes can take you to and from the building -- Metrobus F4 and Ride-On #16, #17 and #20 pass by on Fenton St. Metrobus J4 and Ride-On #15 and #19 stop at the corner of Wayne Ave & Fenton St. Metrobus Z6 and Z8 and Ride-On #9 and #12 stop nearby along Colesville Rd. The Metrobus Q and Y lines stop on Georgia Ave and Wayne Ave.
If coming by car, plentiful evening parking is available at the Town Square Garage just across Ellsworth Drive from the Civic Building. Do NOT park in the Whole Foods parking lot or you risk being towed.