The RE Store is celebrating it's 10th birthday - stop by and enjoy fun activities for all ages! Grab chopsticks and play the Junk Chime, try your hand at Waste Not Putt Putt Golf and win a CFL lightbulb, take an interpretive tour of The RE Store, create art from would-be trash, enjoy free iced tea, participate in workshops and demonstrations - and more. Not to mention ridiculous mark-downs of fine salvaged goods throughout the store. Join us in celebrating a decade of salvage and reuse - all events are free. Details at www.re-store.org/revival
Mark your calendars for this great community event featuring many money and planet-saving ideas. Fun activities, contests, music, speakers, live animals and special exhibits that promote a sustainable future! Learn about transportation options, local eating, clean energy, waste and water reduction, and much more through activities such as Undriver Licensing, Chef and Gardening Demos, Green Home and Urban Farm Zones, test driving e-cars, ebikes and scooters, creating new fashions from old clothing, and lots of kids activities! Support the Local Economy!
Continuing the City of Issaquah’s series of free movie nights on sustainability, the documentary “King Corn” will be shown July 22.
The event aims to educate the community about our nation’s food system and the production of corn in the United States. Almost everything Americans eat contains corn, as high fructose corn syrup, corn-fed meat and corn-based processed foods are the staples of the modern diet.
King County Library Administrative Services Building