#BlogMob #REUSEPGH is Coming!

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I am excited to share with you another opportunity to attend a Pittsburgh Tote Bag Project #BlogMob. On November 8, bloggers (and any other guests) will tour the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse (PCCR) and Construction Junction (CJ). This will be a first visit to CJ for me, but I’ve been to PCCR to re-purpose tote bags before.  I can’t wait to share the experience with everyone who attends.

The Pittsburgh Tote Bag Project invites local bloggers and social media users to join us for another “mob”
event, this time focusing on reuse.

The Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse (PCCR) and Construction Junction (CJ) have invited us to tour
their facilities, enjoy a potluck meal and then participate in a “making” event led by artists in residence at
PCCR. We will also meet the organizers of Free Ride Pittsburgh.

Again, I’ll be joined by Emily and Elizabeth (who blogged about the event here) as co-hosts.

Here are all the details you need to know:

When: Thursday, November 8, 2011

Time: 5-8:30

Location: Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse, 214 North Lexington Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208
(same building as Construction Junction, just further down N. Lexington)

Parking: Street. Please do NOT use CJ’s lot as the gates are closed at 6 PM

Potluck: Please bring a dish or beverage to share.

Admission: Tote bag with suggested food donation.

Open crafting night. No experience necessary

RSVP: <a href=”mailto:tote4pgh@gmail.com”>tote4pgh@gmail.com</a>

Please tweet in advance about this project to invite othes. Use hashtags #Blogmob #ReusePgh

If you are interested in reuse, please join the Facebook group “(re)Use Pittsburgh

Hopefully I will see you there!

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