Fix It Clinics

Get household items fixed for free and learn valuable repair skills at a Fix-It Clinic. 

At Fix-It Clinics, residents bring in small household appliances, clothing, electronics, mobile devices, toys, bikes,  and more and receive free guided assistance from volunteers with repair skills to disassemble, troubleshoot and fix their items.

Fix-It Clinics teach valuable troubleshooting and basic repair skills, build community connections and reduce the number of repairable objects that are thrown in the trash.
We have 10 volunteer fixers on March 3!   Our fixers have experience in:
  • Electrical repair
  • Computers
  • Small appliances
  • Carpentry
  • Sewing
  • General repair
Find your broken items and bring them to our Fix-It Clinic.  We will do our best to help you repair it!  Make sure you bring any supplies you think are necessary to repair your item including the manual, cords, replacement parts.  

Be a Fix-It Clinic Volunteer!


If you can troubleshoot repairs for broken items, consider volunteering at a Fix-It Clinic. Volunteer fixers who have skills in repairing computers, cell phones, soldering, electronics repair, small appliances, toys, bikes, sewing, and general tinkering are essential to making the clinics successful.  Volunteers should bring their own tools, sewing machines, glues, and any supplies you think will be helpful. 

VolunteerInformation

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Clinic Dates
 March 3

Want to know what a Fix-It Clinic is like?  Click here for a story by Kare11.  
You must be able to carry in your own item (no large or oversized items).  Please bring manuals and any parts you think may be useful to fixing your item.  Each clinic may vary according to the skills of the volunteers.  We will post their areas of expertise on our website and in our Farmers Market newsletter one week prior to the clinic.