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Finding Re-Purpose at EcoWorks

EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated its re-opening at its new location at 89 State Street in North Haven on Oct. 6.

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Nikoletta Toffoloni looks over denim jeans and materials to use as a canvas material. She is a college student double- majoring in Art and Biology and looking for materials for her thesis. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Nikoletta Toffoloni looks over denim jeans and materials to use as a canvas material. She is a college student double- majoring in Art and Biology and looking for materials for her thesis. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Nikoletta Toffoloni looks over denim jeans and materials to use as a canvas material. She is a college student double- majoring in Art and Biology and looking for materials for her thesis. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Nikoletta Toffoloni looks over denim jeans and materials to use as a canvas material. She is a college student double- majoring in Art and Biology and looking for materials for her thesis. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Staff members; Trustee Jamie Goodner-Bingham, Executive Director Tricia Maloney, Co-Chair and Artist Lisa Spetrini, Trustee and Artist Shula Weinstein and Volunteers Pat and Kim Cartwright. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Caitlin Schwind looks over a piece of fabric. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Nadar Allentuch, 6 explores the store. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Matan Allentuch,6 looks for treasure. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Tali Allentuch,9 looks over the shelves in the center. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Matan Allentuch,6 looks for treasure. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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EcoWorks, Inc. celebrated they're re-opening at their new location at 89 State Street in North Haven Saturday October 6th. EcoWorks is a creative reuse center and a re-Boutique gift shop of up-cycled and re-purposed goods made by Connecticut artists. The store is run by volunteers who are passionate about the arts and recycling. The center offers low cost art supplies, scraps and surplus catering to artists, teachers and other creatives. They take items that may have otherwise ended up in the trash and strive to have these items reused in a sustainable way. In addition, the center offers classes and workshops that increase skills and understanding of the creative arts using scrap materials, waste reduction and reuse. Anne Cherry fills her basket. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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