Free event, family-friendly. And all tiny.
go, go TINY is an outdoor tiny house event and showcase at Science World*, and includes tiny houses to tour, community partner pop-up tents and a 26-foot mobile tiny house barn-raising using wasted but new/unused building materials and lumber. Yes, we are building a tiny house from scratch on site! A day in support of innovation, sustainability in design and construction and a reflection on our waste/reuse culture. The day will end with an evening/indoor panel discussion. (Community partners and panelists will be announced as they are confirmed in the discussion feed.)
Outdoor event | 10-6, free to public
Indoor panel discussion + Q&A | 7-9PM (free but ticketed event, details coming soon!)
*Attendance at the outdoor event/indoor panel does not include entrance into Telus World of Science.
We need our community to make this event a success! To sponsor it or learn more, read: drive.google.com/open?id=0B-dc1O7yd3HOcURwNDZ1SG93MUU.
If you'd like to showcase your tiny house, have a tent/table on the day or volunteer for the event/build, contact Anastasia at anastasiaATnadatodoDOTcom.
Organized by the BC Tiny House Collective (BCTHC), Callahan Tufts and his Rescued Homes project, RAIC fellow Sean Ruthen and community partner, Science World.
For more info on the BCTHC, see bctinyhousecollective.com.