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Get your beloved items fixed at the Repair Cafe in Yorktown

Get your beloved items fixed at the Repair Cafe in Yorktown

The “Green Team” will be hosting a Repair Cafe in Yorktown at Grace Lutheran Church on the corner of Curry and Gomer Streets in Yorktown. On Saturday, January 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The community is invited to bring broken but beloved items to  fellowship hall at Grace Lutheran Church where volunteers will help to try and fix and repair the items back into working condition. There is a limit of 2 items per person, but don’t worry, there are many more Repair Cafés throughout the Hudson Valley and they are all free. Keep an eye on the Repair Cafe website for other repair cafes. 

What kind of items get fixed at the Repair Cafe? Just about anything and everything! Mechanical & Electrical items, Lamps, Fans, Vacuums, Clocks, Electrical Appliances, Digital Devices such as Laptops, Tablets, Cell Phones, Bikes, Chairs, Jewelry, Wooden Things, Clothing, Home Textiles, Stuffed Toys, Toys, Tools in need of sharpening, the list goes on. Please note though, No Gas-Powered Equipment is accepted!

Grace Lutheran Church is at 3830 Gomer St. in Yorktown Heights.

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  • Photo credit: Grace Lutheran Church

  • Photo credit: Grace Lutheran Church

  • Photo credit: Grace Lutheran Church

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About the Contributor
As a Peekskill native, Dave is thrilled to be working with the Peekskill Herald showcasing featured calendar events. A 1999 graduate of PHS, he remembers reading and enjoying the original weekly print edition of the Peekskill Herald every Thursday. He especially liked the political stories, local features and sports coverage when it was written by Peekskill Runner columnist Jack Burns who always managed to weave history into the running times. An avid hiker, he enjoys exploring the local trails as well as the concrete ones in his job as a conductor for Metro North Railroad. He’s a former teacher and co-founder of the Friends of the Peekskill Dog Park, where he frequently can be found with his Koda. He’s happy to be part of the Herald’s growth as the source of local news for Peekskill and looks forward to highlighting a few of many of the events and happenings in Peekskill and the surrounding communities. Reach Dave at [email protected]