Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Update on our July 9th Relaxshacks.com Tiny Shelter, Hands-on, Workshop in MA

Just additionally confirmed for our 2011 Relaxshacks.com Tiny House/Shelter Workshop in Stoughton, MA….(Again, a hands-on, out in the field workshop…rain or shine). Please read ALL before signing up....
…An open-house appearance by the mobile wagon “The Whittled Down Caravan” courtesy of its creators Tristan Chambers and Libby Reinish! This duo drove their caravan from Santa Fe to Northhampton, MA last year, and chronicled their experiences in their blog Whittled Down.
More recently, they were featured in a multi-page spread in Readymade Magazine too.
Tristan and Libby will be on hand to talk about the building of their caravan, their travels, and to allow our workshop attendees to paw through its interior.
ALSO- NYC’s Mimi Zeiger (tiny house author and architect) will be speaking to our guests, Alex Pino of Tinyhousetalk will be making the trek from Florida to talk about his involvement and work in the field, I’ll be heading up some demonstrations and giving tours of the projects and mini-cabins on my property, AND Dustin “Dr. Demolition” Diedricksen, an Environmental Engineer, will also be fronting a few hands-on projects as well. We’ll be filming much of this workshop. and YOU, for upcoming editions of our show “Tiny Yellow House” too!
Fees (after much deliberation and taking into account materials, two meals for all attendees, some travel expenses for guests, hardware, tools, hiring a runner/helper, free handout materials/books, and the 7000 other things and time and money-consuming tasks involved with planning something like this…)
Relaxshacks.com One Day Workshop- 8am to 9pm (or later- culminating in a bonfire)
Before April 30th- $195.00
After April 30th- $225.00
As with most workshops, there are no refunds/no exceptions. This is a rain or shine event (we have a huge tent, and/or we can move parts of this indoors)
For reservations and more info- kidcedar@gmail.com THERE will be a max of 12-17 (project depending) people in this workshop- so don’t “dilly dally”!

-Guests, event-roster is always subject to change- things may be added, or traded- depending on any last minute crisis from those slated to travel/appear....
-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen

3 comments:

  1. Have you seen/considered this black painted soda can heater? http://www.thegoodhuman.com/2009/06/09/solar-space-heater-made-from-soda-cans-an-old-window/

    love the shacks!!

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  2. thanks robin- we posted that- appreciate it!

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  3. one spot left- then we're all sold out...

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