25. 三月 2018 - 15:00 直到 17:30
永和四號公圊
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台北雙和免費市集&冬季野餐會 Taipei Free Market & Winter Picnic | 星期日, 25. 三月 2018

(For English version pls see below.)

時間補充:為了保持活動頁面,直接更新到下次時間囉!

地點補充:永安捷運站唯一出口出來後,往後走二分鐘就會到台灣圖書館廣場,繞到後面,有一排波浪型石頭連椅,就會看到我們喔!)

最近接觸許多禮物經濟,免費商店,剩食分享的概念,重複利用,減低過度消費的同時其實也是環保愛地球,大家家中一定都有
1 永遠都有堆在衣櫃的衣服,配件
2 很久沒翻的書籍
3 用不到的鍋碗瓢盆
4 多餘的食物
5 多的3C電子產品
6 不適合自己的美妝保養品
7 各式才藝技能eg: 剪頭髮, 算命, 畫畫等

自己用不到的東西可能是別人的寶物,趁著初夏,一起出來與大家吃吃喝喝,分享任何東西或故事吧!要是你有甚麼才藝想表演,歡迎現場一起來玩~或是就單純來看看有沒有甚麼你需要的吧!

"留下你能給的 帶走你需要的"

【注意事項】
1免費市集的所有東西一切免費,這不是交換市集,沒有任何條件,看到想要或需要的就可拿走

2請有東西分享的朋友盡量自帶登機箱或一塊底布,把要分享的物品擺上面,順便一起分享這物品的故事~

3最後要是都沒人拿的東西還是要自己帶回去唷(書可直接捐給旁邊圖書館) 所以將心比心,不要拿垃圾出來唷,衣服類要是太髒,因衛生問題拜託先清洗一下,感恩!!

4如遇下雨前一天會公布取消或延期。

5要是不想把東西帶回家,提供一個舊衣到府回收的機構給大家參考,

我覺得最理想的狀況是每個社區都有一個自己的免費市集,這樣也不需帶著想分享的東西跑到遙遠的另個地區,增加碳足跡的排放。同個社區裡的人還可以互相交流認識,增進社區情感。所以請大家樓上揪樓下,左鄰揪右舍,一起來吧!

禮物經濟概念介紹 by空屋筆記


剩食分享概念介紹 by社企流

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EVERYTHING IS FREE HERE!

Nowadays we all have that familiar feeling that we have too much stuff hoarded at home. This could range from clothes we own but never wear; cell phones we no longer use, books that have not been read for a while or food buried in the refrigerator that we know we will not eat...The truth is we have more than we need.

The idea of Gift Economy is a movement that challenges capitalism. We share and give away unneeded resources for FREE such as household items and food. We even encourage the sharing of skills or talents such as painting, entertainment or haircuts. Here, anyone can just pick up something they want without paying or exchange. We do ask that you remain responsible for everything you bring along, which means you may need to take them back if no one picks them up by the end of the day.

Let’s get together to find a better way to reduce waste. Now the market is a monthly event open to anyone. You can find us in the park, right behind the library. Come along and have a lovely Sunday afternoon with us :)

Ps the activity could be postponed due to weather conditions

Gift Economy