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- WonderRoot Creative Reuse
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WonderRoot Creative Reuse is a program that promotes artistic expression, environmental awareness and community through the collection and redistribution of salvaged materials for creative reuse.
Creative Reuse is currently focusing on fundraising, materials collection and distribution (keep an eye out for upcoming pop-up shops) as well as outreach in the form of craft parties, events and workshops. Down the line, Creative Reuse seeks to be your source for gazillions of crazy things that have been diverted from our landfills to use for arts and crafts — cheap!
Want to volunteer with Creative Reuse? Please be in touch with Sally at email@example.com.
Have awesome stuff that you can’t bear to throw away but that’s just gathering dust in your closet, garage, or attic? Please be in touch with Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Decatur, in partnership with the Wylde Center, will be holding its annual Decatur Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 19, 2014, 1-4 p.m. at the Oakhurst Garden at the corner of Oakview and South McDonough. This celebration of Earth Day is Pirate themed and is a fun and festive way for more than 400 members of the community to come together and pARRRticipate in celebrating the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day at the city's OFFICIAL EARTH DAY PARTY. WonderRoot Creative Reuse will be there selling our amazingly eclectic mix of "found" and donated materials for arts and crafts. Hope to see you in Decatur!!