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Grand Opening: “Northwest Youth Services” Store
Grand Opening: “Northwest Youth Services” Store
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Date/Time
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
We Creations

Northwest Youth Services presents “We Creations” Screen Printing And Up-Cycling Studio–a new retail space, featuring locally-designed products.

The We Creations studio will provide vocational training and skill development activities for homeless and at-risk youth and young adults in Whatcom County. Regular workshops, run by staff and volunteers, will teach participants screen printing, how to use sewing machines for up-cycling (re-purposing and adding value to discarded materials) and other crafting techniques–so they can create original products and unique designs.

The facility will be participating in Bellingham’s Downtown Art Walk: August 1st (6pm-10pm)!

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