What is the Free Market?
PETERBOROUGH/NOGOJIWANONG, Ontario – For the past 15 years, OPIRG (Ontario Public Interest Research Group) Peterborough has been running the Free Market, a program for all Trent University students and Peterborough community members to access clothing, books, and small household items for free.
The Free Market working group exists to create a consistent, reliable space for the Peterborough/ Nogojiwanong community to access resources of clothes and books in an accessible, non-oppressive space. The Free Market exists to subvert capitalism and nurture sustainability, waste reduction, and environmental awareness.
Join our bi-weekly meetings and work periods!
Meetings to be held every other Wednesday @ 4:00 – 6:00pm
There will be casual drop-ins for event planning, mingling, working on projects and DIY troubleshooting every other week.
Email OPIRG free market to gain access to our virtual meeting link.
Upcoming meetings (M) and hangouts (H):
April 7 2021 @4pm – 6pm (M)
April 14 2021 @4pm – 6pm (H)
April 21 2021 @4pm – 6pm (M)
May 5 2021 @4pm – 6pm (H)
We value and hope to hear your input. If you are interested in getting involved, or have any questions or comments, please contact us:
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