03. October 2019 - 18:00 till 20:00
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Direct Impact Marketplace 2019 | Fair Trade, Local, B Corp + more! | Sports Basement Presidio | Thursday, 03. October 2019

Sports Basement and Patagonia are back for the 4th annual Direct Impact Marketplace - a showcase highlighting conscious shopping and advocating for better consumption, education and creativity for all. 
Enjoy a variety of free local tastings and stay for inspiring conversations at our Industry Panel about the ways we waste and explore sustainable choices that can make a direct impact. RSVP now and we'll keep you updated !
Itinerary:
6:00pm - Marketplace opens6:30pm - Direct Impact Industry Panel moderated by Turning Green7:30pm - Raffle 
2018 Activities - Stay tuned for updates
All activities while supplies last // first come, first served 
Worn Wear Clothing Repair - Got something with a broken zipper? Bring it in and Patagonia’s Worn Wear team will help fix it right up! 
San Franpsycho Screen Printing - It's that logo you know and love! Bring your own shirt and get the San Franpsycho logo screen printed for just $10!
San Francisco School of Needlework and Design Patches and Mending  - Learn different mending techniques including how to make patches and how to ****. Try a few stitches for yourself and go home and get to repairing!


Tastings:
We encourage you to please bring your own cup for any alcoholic tastings. We'll have $5 Klean Kanteens available for donation but we bet you've got one you can bring along! 
Bare Snacks - munch on a sample of their veggie chips
ReGrained - try flavors of this tasty bar derived from the nutritious grain created from brewing beer.
TCHO - assortment of flavors of ethnically sourced chocolate
Patagonia Provisions - organic chili bar, salmon dip, fruit + almond bars and new Savory Seeds Three Twins - variety of delicious ice cream
Purity Organic - sparkling water with organic juiceGuayaki Yerba Mate - selection of flavored yerba mate teas
South City Ciderworks - 3 kinds of hard apple cider // semi-sweet, dry, and dry-hopped
HOBO Wine Company - a tasting pour of rockpile zinfandel

Direct Impact Industry Panel
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When you choose Fair Trade Certified, B Corp, 1% for the Planet or locally made products you are directly impacting the lives of the people who make and sell your products. When you support local nonprofit organizations, you're helping them make a direct impact on our local community.
About Turning Green
Turning Green is Bay Area based non-profit organization devoted to education and advocacy around environmentally sustainable and socially responsible choices across the world. Based on Sausalito, this nonprofit aims to equip students with knowledge, resources and tools to transition mindset, habit and practice from conventional to conscious. Check out their 3 big projects: Project Green Challenge, Conscious College Road Tour and Conscious Kitchen.

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