Category Archives: clothing

Re-Skilling Fest on Green Room

City of Ann Arbor CitiTV streaming video has a great program called Green Room TV moderated by filmmaker Barbara Lucas.  This link takes you to a 27 minute interview with Laura Smith, an Expert in Architecture and Environmental Psychology.  Laura  discusses dwindling natural … Continue reading

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Sustainability Film Series Update

The Sustainability Film Series continues to grow and change. The collaboration between the Ypsilanti Food Co-op, Transition Ypsi, and Growing Hope remains strong and in December, we will add another partner, the Ypsilanti District Library, Michigan Avenue branch. Showing films … Continue reading

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Great Lakes Folk Fest

Several members and friends of Transition Ypsilanti attended the Re-Skilling portion of the Great Lakes Folk Festival on August 13, 2011 in East Lansing. We presented the metaphysical and deep cultural content of “Laundry 101,” “Darning Socks,” and “Thrift Shop … Continue reading

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Let’s Hang Out Again!

The Re-Skilling Fair session on Feb 5 about using a clothesline was a big success. I offered tips & technology of line drying and had about 20 attenders. We started off completing the sentence, “When it comes to laundry, what … Continue reading

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Hanging Out The Laundry

I’m doing a workshop on laundry for the ReSkilling Fair on 2/5. Amazing how involving I am finding this topic. Partner Beth & I have always had an abiding interest in “expired technology.” What I love is that is IS … Continue reading

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