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3rd Annual Event in Downtown Bay City!
It's all about - reUse, reDesign and rePurpose — to help us all take better
care of our world, ourselves and others. Saturday & Sunday, August 12-13

reWork it! Contest! Visit participating businesses and enjoy
their talents and creativity at its best!
Some participating businesess
below have re-created a unique item using wood pallets. VOTE FOR YOUR
FAVORITE — plus enter to win a $25 Downtown Bay City Gift Certificate!!

Participant/Location
Special Offering or Activity
artigiano
815 Saginaw St.

Reduce waste at artigiano; refill your clean Tobico bottles
for a discount, return your Shetler Dairy glass milk bottles,
or bring your own platter and we’ll create a gourmet cheese
tray for your next gathering.

City Market
401 Center Ave.

National Farmers Market week is August 6-12, and we’re celebrating at City Market! We will be having special demonstrations in our kitchen, music, specials and samplings. A great opportunity to see what the Market is all about — there’s something for everyone!

Habitat for
Humanity ReStore
519 Washington Ave.

10% off all salvaged merchandise.

Jack’s Bicycle Shop
207 Third St.

Chad Mehl’s artwork for sale at the shop.
Select bicycle models on sale.

Little House
924 N. Water St.
Nothing is more fun than making something new out of something old! We are designing a repurposed pallet project. Stop in and share your ideas while you check out what we have created!
Painterly Pottery*
& Mi art studio

923 N. Water St.
Stop in and let us help you create your own mosaic with memories and trinkets from your past.
St. Laurent Brothers
1101 N. Water St.

Special prices on kid’s ice cream cones! Cashew special!
Enter to win St. Laurent Brothers t-shirts and other treasures.

Studio 23/The Arts Center
901 N. Water St.

$10 Paint-n-Take Event: Paint a 6 x 6-inch canvas
with us from 12 - 4 pm on Saturday.

Violets Blue
115 Fourth St.
(989) 894-8502

Check out our mouse house re-purposed from a
cardboard box — fun summer project for the kids!

 
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