Hello! Do you have things laying around your house or garage that just don’t work? They seem too good to just throw away? Bring them down to a free event where your neighbors work at fixing them! It’s called a “Repair Café.”

Computers, wooden items, sewing, bicycles, and electrical items all welcome!

These are all over the world and now in Knox county. Here’s how it works: Mark the below date on your calendar, round up your items needing to be fixed, and stop by the basement of the hall across from St. Paul's Episcopal church in Mt. Vernon.

If you'd like, I can e-mail you a flyer that has a map and all the details. Feel free to ask any questions. This will be our second year. Everyone has a blast and lots of things get fixed....for free! Email: mtillack44@gmail.com.

This is a quarterly event....ask to get on the e-mail notification list!

Location: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church hall basement

100 E. High St.

Mt. Vernon, OH

Parking: plenty on the Gay street and High street along with adjacent parking lots

Contact: Mark Tillack 330-377-4387 mtillack44@gmail.com

Cost: FREE!

International website: www.repaircafe.org


  • Occurred Saturday, February 15th, 2020 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm


St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

100 E. High St.
Mt Vernon, OH 43050