I have an exciting announcement! Although the wheels have been turning on this for a few months now, I want to remind all tiny house and sustainable building/design lovers about the Tiny House Fair that is happening at Yestermorrow School in Waitsfield, Vermont this summer. Here’s the scoop from the Yestermorrow website. And I’ll be there with the COMET, and giving a talk about small-scale solar power for your tiny house.
From the Yestermorrow website:
Come to the Tiny House Fair to learn about and celebrate tiny houses! Join leaders of the tiny house movement, including Jay Shafer, founder of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company and Derek (Deek) Diedricksen of Relaxshacks.
Whether you’ve just begun to explore tiny houses or already live in one, there are presentations you’ll enjoy:
- how to design and build a tiny house
- clever cabinetry and finish carpentry
- design and construction for specific climates
- finding and building with recycled materials
- solar power
- composting toilets
- the tiny house movement
- creating a community
Cost: $300 General Registration, includes all workshops, presentations, and meals.
Dates: The fair starts Friday evening 6/14/2013 with dinner and a speaker, and ends Sunday afternoon 6/16/2013.
Workshop Schedule: See http://tinyhousecommunity.com/fair.htm for a full schedule of workshops and presenters.
Meals: The registration package includes Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast lunch and dinner, and Sunday breakfast and lunch. We walk the talk of sustainability by purchasing local, organic, nutritious, and wholesome ingredients. The meal plan includes vegetarian options at every meal.
Register Online or call us at 802-496-5545 to secure your spot at the fair. We are limited to 100 participants.
Definitely check out the schedule of workshops over at Tiny House Community….all of the tiny house greats will be at this event. Jay Schafer, Derek Diedricksen, Alex Pino, and so many more.
And if you haven’t checked out the Yestermorrow website or their course offerings before, you should! I can’t say enough good things about them. I haven’t been there in a month and I’m really missing it up there in VT! They have a Tiny House design course coming up soon, “Less is More”, which is taught by two wonderful instructors.