Join us on August 19th for a day of food, music, and
Hosted by The ReUse People of America, and Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley, along with event co-sponsors StopWaste.Org and SCRAP-SF
The first ever Oakland ReUse Fair is shaping up to be a pretty exciting new event for the local community!
Learn about the multitude of ways several bay area non-profits are reducing waste and reusing materials!
Come on out and discover:
FabMo will be giving away free samples of some of the amazing fabrics they have rescued from our landfills.
Local artist Thndur1 Artz will be presenting a lively interactive demonstration of his work.
Habitat ReStore’s amazing recycled paint supplier Visions Paint Recycling will be hosting an exciting product demo.
Bio-Link Depot will be on-hand educating the public about their mission to further education through reuse of laboratory equipment.
fillgood.co will be spreading the word about their delightful new zero waste company.
AC Art's amazing handcrafted reuse items will be available for sale, as well as to drool over.
Along with several other exciting project displays.
All of this and more!
Tap your toes to the family-friendly rock and folk sounds of local bands The Hipwaders and Cap and Iain as you enjoy the Fair!
This is a fantastic event for all ages! Little ones can dance to the tunes, get their faces painted, and participate in kid-friendly crafts that highlight environmental sustainability.
The Oakland ReUse Fair will feature delicious eats courtesy of our resident taco truck, Cantinflas Tacos. To keep the energy flowing!
Not only is the Oakland ReUse Fair entirely FREE, our already-low prices will drop even lower as almost everything at the Oakland ReStore and The ReUse People of America will be an additional 25%off our already amazing prices! Shop our newly-expanded spaces with even better deals for your next DIY project or that perfect piece for your home. The ReStore and The ReUse People of America, carry a wide variety of products, whether you’re in the market for building materials or hidden treasures.
. To learn more visit BayAreaReStores.org