Monday, March 3, 2014, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Darby’s Café in downtown Olympia, 211 5th Avenue
Join us at the next POWER Outage on March 3rd for a Resource Roundtable and potluck! We will be sharing the many creative ways we’ve found to live well on a limited budget. As low-income people, we have a collective wealth of knowledge about how to make money last and meet the needs of our families without using money. We also know how to have fun on the cheap. Let’s get together to share our ideas and maybe brainstorm some new ones. We will take notes on these ideas, which may later be compiled into a pamphlet for POWER to give out.
Topics will include:
-Budgeting: How do you keep track of spending and make that check last through the month?
-Food: Do you have tips on where to shop for what? Do you have recipes for your Food Bank groceries? What do you eat at the end of the month/ when food is running low?
-Non-food items: Where do you get your clothes, shampoo, and baby supplies? Do you have recipes for homemade beauty/ cleaning products?
-Holidays: What do you do to make birthdays and other holidays special? What are some low-cost family traditions?
Please bring if want to: A potluck dish you made with low-cost ingredients (and recipe!), Food Bank recipes, examples of your budget tracking system, ideas for cheap home products you can make, and maybe samples if you wish to share.
Bring your wonderful self, kids, family and friends!
Childcare will be provided at the POWER office by the Child Care Collective
Darby’s is closed, but they kindly let us use the space in downtown Olympia, 211 5thAvenue.