Saturday, April 13, 2013

This Week at the Bath Freight Shed: Habitat for Humanity 7 Rivers Maine - April 13, 2013

Check out this Bath Community Television tour of the Bath Landfill, guided by the City of Bath Public Works Deputy Director Lee Leiner.

Join us TODAY at the Bath Farmers Market  - where you can put your veggies in your bag, coffee in your jar, all styrofoam free .

Our guest this week is Peggy Siegle, Director of Development and Communications for Habitat for Humanity 7 Rivers Maine. Drop by and learn about the ReStore here in Bath. 
Bath Natural Market
Sponsors of the Mid Summer Benefit Dinner & Concert for the Freight Shed
July 2012
Did you know that all the great picnic tables at the Freight Shed and the storm windows on the north end of the Freight Shed were built by Habitat volunteers?

Joanne Luneau, a Bath Freight Shed Alliance and Maine's First Ship volunteer, will share some great re-purposing projects and lead a hands on rag-rug making project.
Share your favorite re-use idea and help us stop the Bath Landfill Mountain from growing!

See you in the South End Community Room!

Coming up at the Freight Shed

  • April 27th: KELT's community blitz day to stencil storm drains in downtown Bath. Learn more about this upcoming event at "No Dumping! Drains to River!"

    April 27th: Last day of the Winter Market tribute to our local farmers and food producers - in photographs and paintings of our Bath Farmers Market farms 

  • May 4th: Maine's First Ship /Bath Freight Shed Yard Sale

    Market Mornings Music

    April 13th: Steamboat Gypsy

    April 20th: Red Beans and Rice
    April 27th: Twisted Strings

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