Clothing Repairathon August 10 at Withrow Park Farmers’ Market

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to be back at Withrow Park Farmers’ Market on Saturday, August 10. Volunteers will be fixing and mending clothes for free from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show  and help you mend your clothes. First come, first served so arrive early to ensure your repair can be done!

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do clothing alterations, just repairs. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event as we are dependent on the skill levels of the volunteers that day, and the time available to complete the repair. 

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Our volunteer app is temporarily unavailable but feel free to join our Facebook event, or just come, sit down and lend a hand.

Repairathon at Withrow Park Farmers’ Market’s ‘Zero Waste Picnic’!

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Exciting news! Repairathon will be at Withrow Park Farmers’ Market’s ‘Zero Waste Picnic’, Saturday July 6th. Check out the market and join the litter-less brunch that kicks off #PlasticFreeJuly at Withrow!

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Repairathon will be at the market from 10a-1p. Come see us with up to two pieces of clothing in need of repair (sweaters with holes, shirts missing a button, etc.) Volunteers will mend them for free. First come, first served.

Please keep in mind we do repairs only – no alterations. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event, as we are dependent on the skill levels of the volunteers that day.

Want to spend the afternoon sewing, learn new skills, and meet new people? Volunteer with us! We’re always looking for new menders. All skill levels are welcome. To sign up for this event, visit app.repairathon.com.

Clothing Repairathon at the Junction Farmers Market June 1st

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to be a part of the Junction Farmers’ Market (2960 Dundas St West) Zero Waste campaign on Saturday, June 1. Volunteers will be mending clothes free of charge between 9am – 1pm. Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Hope to see you there!

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events.

Repairathon at the Moss Park Market, Sat. May 18 from 11AM-2PM

Moss Park Market – 260 Queen St E, Toronto

On Saturday May 18, the Toronto Clothing Repairathon will be back at Building Roots TO’s Moss Park Market! Volunteers will be fixing and mending clothes from 11AM until 2PM.

The Moss Park Market is located at 260 Queen St E (between Sherbourne and Parliament). Weather permitting, we’ll be set up just outside the market under a tent. Otherwise, you’ll find us inside the shipping container.

Bring a maximum of two items (sweaters with holes, shirts missing a button, etc.) and volunteers will mend them for free. First come, first served.

Please keep in mind we do repairs only – no alterations. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event, as we are dependent on the skill levels of the volunteers that day.

Want to spend the afternoon sewing, learn new skills, and meet new people? Volunteer with us! We’re always looking for new menders. All skill levels are welcome. To sign up for this event, visit app.repairathon.com.

Repairathon at Brickworks’ ‘Drop, Swap, and Shop’ April 14th, 2019, 10a-1p

Come one, come all, to our next clothing Repairathon! We’ll be at the Brickworks on Sunday April 14th as part of ‘Drop, Swap, and Shop’! Volunteers will be fixing and mending clothes for free in the TD Future Cities Centre from 10a to 1p. The Evergreen Brickworks is located at 550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8.

Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show you and help you mend your clothes.

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event as we are dependent on the skill levels of the volunteers that day, and the time available to complete the repair.

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events throughout 2019.

Clothing Repairathon Jan. 5 at St. Lawrence Market

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to host an event at St. Lawrence Market on Saturday, January 5. Volunteers will be fixing and mending clothes for free in the South Building, as part of the St. Lawrence Market Farmers’ Market. Find us in the tent behind the main market building at 125 The Esplanade on Saturday, January 5 from 9 a.m. to noon, where we’ll be fixing clothing for free

Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show you and help you mend your clothes.

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event as we are dependent on the skill levels of the volunteers that day, and the time available to complete the repair.

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events throughout 2019.

Clothing Repairathon at Moss Park Market Nov. 10

Rip in your coat? Tear in your jeans? Get your clothes repaired for free on Saturday, Nov. 10 at Moss Park Market (260 Queen St. East.) Volunteers will be mending clothes free of charge between noon and 3 p.m. Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show you and help you mend your clothes.

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Hope to see you there!

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events.

Clothing Repairathon at the Junction Farmers Market Oct. 20

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to be a part of the Junction Farmers’ Market Zero Waste campaign (2960 Dundas St West) on Saturday, October 20. Volunteers will be mending clothes free of charge between 9am – 1pm. Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show you and help you mend your clothes.

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Hope to see you there!

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events.

Clothing Repairathon at Diane Frankling Co-op Oct. 18

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to host an event at the Diane Frankling Co-op  (85 Bleecker Street) on Thursday, October 18. Volunteers will be mending clothes free of charge in the Community Room between 6pm – 9pm. Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. If you’d like to learn how to do repairs, volunteers will be happy to show you and help you mend your clothes.

Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Hope to see you there!

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events.

Clothing Repairathon is Back at Taste of Regent Park Aug. 15

Mind the heat and get mending! Toronto Clothing Repairathon is thrilled to back in at Taste of Regent Park, Wednesday, Aug. 15. Volunteers will be fixing, repairing and mending clothes for free at Regent Park from 5-8 p.m. as part of the Taste of Regent Park Market. Find us at the market, stay for the communal supper at 6 p.m. and the movie at sundown. Psst… this week’s movie is Sister Act

Bring your busted jeans and holey sweaters to our table, where we’ll do our best to patch, mend and repair your favourite clothes. Please bring a maximum of two (2) items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Zipper replacements may not be possible at every event as we are dependant on the skill levels of the volunteers that day, and the time available to complete the repair.

Can’t make it? No worries! We’ll be at Withrow Park Farmers’ Market on Saturday, Aug. 18 from 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at app.repairathon.com to hear about upcoming events throughout the rest of 2018.