Council on Aging Fix It Shop Has Reopened

The Council on Aging’s Fix-it Shop volunteers had a quiet time to work after a cluster of visitors departed – Image (c) JMcCT, 2018 all rights reserved

The Council on Aging’s Fix-It Shop reopened on September 7; the hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am to noon.

Fix-It Shop volunteers repair small appliances, lamps, vacuums, radios, children’s toys, etc. They sharpen knives, scissors, and garden clippers. They glue vases, statues, and wooden furniture back together. And, their rates are reasonable: they replace watch batteries for $5.00.

The shop is open to people of any age and from any town. The volunteers are always looking for things to do, so consider repair instead of replacement and do the environment a favor.

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Richard D Punko
Richard D Punko
11 months ago

Council on Aging Fix It Shop Has Reopened

I am a 71 yo living in Bedford. I bought a 3′ X 2″ book shelf that needs to be assembled but I am not too handy. Is this something you could assemble for me?

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