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Thursday, 22 November, 12:00pm - 6:00pm

Don't have a place to celebrate? Just need a break from your relatives? Wanna be able to say you spent the day being thankful with a charitable organization? (LVL1 is a 501c3, after all.) Ben is unable to host again this year so Paul is graciously hosting the 7th annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner at LVL1 this year.

You do not need to be a member to attend this event. You don't even have to have been at the space before. (First time visitors will need to sign a waiver for themselves and any minors they bring with them. Minors will need to be actively supervised -- we have power tools after all.  We are more "kid tolerant" than kid friendly.)

We are providing all the basics and folks are welcome to bring side dishes, desserts, and drinks. While this is aimed at folks who don’t have a place to go, all are welcome! Please RSVP and let us know if you are bringing a dish so our organizers can plan for everyone. You can sign up on our Facebook event page here or by adding your name to our Google Doc here.

Hey all, Join us for 2 (two!) donate-what-you-want learn-how-to-do-your-own-oil-change workshops. Both at NOON, on Saturday Oct. 20th, and Oct. 27th, [Jared] will be changing the oil in a 2012 Prius on the 20th, and a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan on the 27th.

This short series of "workshops" will be as hands-on as you would like it to be (i.e., if you just want to watch, that's fine, or if you want to lay on the ground up under the car and get your hands dirty that's fine too.) and will have all of the necessary supplies provided. You will leave this event with knowledge about how to perform a simple oil change in a car.

What to bring – Clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty, closed toed shoes.
You do not need to be a member of LVL1 to attend this workshop. In fact, visitors are encouraged! If it is your first visit to our space, you will need to sign our waiver of liability. (This is standard procedure for all LVL1 activities.)

N.B. A big shout-out to [William] who ran this workshop earlier this year and taught me how to perform an oil change.