Tool Library Introduces ‘Ask An Expert’ Series

Make an appointment or drop by in person at the West Seattle Tool Library at 6:00 pm on Thursday,  October 14th, for an exciting new feature –

“Ask an Expert: For the Do-It-Yourselfer”

Presented at The West Seattle Tool Library courtesy of Mighty House Construction, Urban Land Army, and EarthSystemsNW.

The topics for these first “Ask an Expert” sessions are:

  • How do I build an eco-friendly kitchen?
  • What should I plant after I tear out my lawn?
  • How do I harvest my rainwater?
  • How do I even use this stupid tool?”

Three West Seattle businesses offer an evening of answers to all questions big and small in order to help you along in any of your home remodeling, water harvesting, or urban gardening projects.

Everyone’s invited and all questions are welcome.  For more complicated questions, feel free to come armed with pictures, drawings, examples, or even the actual project if it’s transportable!

For more information or to make an appointment contact Lacy Malloy at lacyj.malloy@gmail.com.

The West Seattle Tool Library is located in the Chan Building/Garden Center (North Side of Campus) at South Seattle Community College, 6000 16th Ave SW.  For more information on the Tool Library, contact us at library@sustainablewestseattle.org, or visit the Tool Library here on the SWS website.

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