EcoWorks runs a creative reuse center for the arts. We sell low cost art and educational supplies to support teachers, artists and other creative folk in our community.  We also have a reBoutique gift shop of upcycled and repurposed goods made by CT artisans and offer workshops and classes.

 

Up-cycled Mandala Sun Catchers
Sunday July 30th 1-3pm
Using a donation of clear drum heads EcoWorks received, Stephanie Lush will lead us in an amazing workshop creating up-cycled Mandala Sun Catchers on these alternative canvases. Using translucent paints, markers, glue, ephemera, and an array of embellishments, learn to create a hanging window design using all recycled and re-purposed materials. All supplies provided and great for all ages.
$25 per person
Sign up HERE!

Teachers Day 50% Off Sale
August 12 and August 13
EcoWorks is holding a 2 day Teacher Appreciation Sale over the weekend of August 12th from 10am to 4pm and August 13th 1pm to 4pm. We have a huge inventory of paints, markers, drawing materials, paper, glue, fabrics, felt, crafting supplies and more. Bring your teacher ID and receive 50% off everything in the shop (excluding the re-boutique)
Great for school supplies for all your art class and crafting needs!

Up-cycled Beaded Necklaces with Amy Bowers
Saturday August 19th 1-3
Learn how to make beads from paper ephemera. These beads are easy, relaxing and can be turned into great gifts for friends, family or yourself. Let’s roll, glue and string with this up-cycling project!
Sign up HERE!

BYOB Coasters
Thursday August 24th 7-9pm
Students will learn how to roll out clay and use recycled materials to imprint texture and design. Bring your own beverage and learn to build 2 unique and one of a kind coasters! Ceramicist Ave Rivera has studied at Southern Connecticut State University and UMass Dartmouth. Her core values are happiness, doing good, and community.
$18 All materials (except beer/wine/whiskey ect) provided
Sign up HERE!

EcoWorks runs a creative reuse center with a reBoutique gift shop of upcycled and repurposed goods made by CT artists and offers classes and workshops. We sell low-cost art supplies in our reuse center to support teachers, artists and others seeking to be more creative and artistic! We are open to the public.

Store: 262 State Street, New Haven, CT

Our regular hours:  Thursdays, 1-7pm, and Saturdays, 10am-4pm

Phone: (203) 498-0710

Plus store is open during special events, workshops & classes

Please check our EVENTS CALENDAR to confirm additional hours during events.

Hours/Directions

Upcoming Workshops, Classes & Events

View Some of Our Current Inventory

Please join our email list, follow us on facebook.com/ecoworksct or @ecoworksct

We work to:
Promote creativity & environmental awareness.
Reduce waste and divert useful materials from incineration. 
Inspire creative reuse & breathe new life into old materials.

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ERF Trivia Fundraiser (2)
The East Rock Festival returns to New Haven! Join us on Saturday, August 12th for a TRIVIA NIGHT FUNDRAISER DINNER.
Your $20 ticket includes a FULLY CATERED DINNER from your favorite East Rock restaurants and cafes and admission to trivia, where you can win cash & prizes, including gift certificates from:
– Elm City Wellness
– The Serene Spot
– mActivity
– P&M Market
– Romeo & Cesare’s
– East Rock Coffee
and many more!
Grab a team and join us!
www.eventbrite.com/e/trivia-night-fundraiser-to-support-the-2017-east-rock-festival-tickets-36124390023?aff=es2

 

Savin Rock Festival July 27-30 in Old Grove Park, West Haven Entertainment, food galore, two beer gardens and a midway of games, rides and music. Click here for more information.
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Sunday, August 20 from 12:00-4:00pm.


Appetizer & Dessert Crawl, $20

Enjoy appetizer and dessert samples from 12 great restaurants at The Shops at Yale from 1:00 to 4:00pm for just $20. Ticket price includes free parking at the 150 York Street Garage.* Event is limited to 200 tickets. All profits go directly to the Robin I. Kroogman New Haven Animal Shelter. Check in begins at 12:30pm on Broadway Island, 56 Broadway – across from Apple/J.Crew/Urban Outfitters.


Chapel Street Historic District

  • Claire’s Corner Copia – Spinach & tomato quesadilla triangles
  • Harvest Wine Bar & Restaurant – Brussel sprout salad
  • B Natural Café – Affogato-espresso dessert
  • Pacifico –  Shrimp ceviche
  • Oaxaca Kitchen – Chicken nachos
  • Midpoint Istanbul – Mixed tapas
  • Willoughby’s Coffee and Tea – Doggie shaped cookies

Broadway District

  • Ashley’s Ice Cream – One small cup or cone of ice cream with one free topping
  • Tomatillo Taco Joint – Guacamole and Chips
  • Maison Mathis –  Mini waffles with assorted toppings
  • Thali Too –  Alu bonda (deep fried savory snack stuffed with potato)
  • Tarry Lodge – Assorted bruschetta

After the Appetizer &  Dessert Crawl, a raffle drawing will take place at 4:15 pm inside J.Crew, 29 Broadway.

Win gift cards to J.Crew, Urban Outfitters, Raggs, idiom, Denali, Barbour. Must be 18 or older to participate. Free to enter. Must be present to win. See The Shops at Yale tent at the event for complete rules & regulations.

*Free parking at the 150 York Street Garage for Appetizer & Dessert Crawl participants. Parking tickets will be validated at the registration tent on Broadway Island, 56 Broadway – across from Apple/J.Crew/Urban Outfitters.

SQUADUP

 

Dog Adoption on Broadway Island, 12:00-4:00pm

Visit with dogs and adopt a new little buddy from the Robin I. Kroogman New Haven Animal Shelter, organized by North Shore Animal League America.

Broadway Island, 56 Broadway – across from Apple/J.Crew/Urban Outfitters.

Live jazz from from The Neighborhood Music School Premier Jazz Ensemble, 12:30-3:30.

Enter for a chance to WIN a gift card to The Shops at Yale.

Free on-street meter parking every Sunday in New Haven.

Back-to-school discounts at retailers.

Connecticut Tax-Free Week, August 20-26.

More details to come. Stay tuned.

 

 

Premiere of “An Inconvenient Sequel” @ Zhang Auditorium, Yale School of Management

Jul 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

 

 

 

 

Please join us at 6pm on Friday, July 28th, for a free screening of the long awaited follow-up to An inconvenient Truth, one of the most powerful climate documentaries ever released. Come and enjoy a 1-hour reception with appetizers follow up by a brief Q&A after the film.

Join us for a conversation with Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale Program on Climate Communication Director, as well as Kalee Kreider, the UN foundation senior Climate Advisor and Al Gores Former Communications Officer.

Visit the following website for more details:

  www.eventbrite.com/e/premiere-of-an-inconvenient-sequel-tickets-35946981389

Appetizer and Dessert Crawl Fundraiser & Dog Adoption

August 20, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Broadway Island 56 Broadway
New Haven, CT 06511 USA

COST: $20

Enjoy appetizer and dessert samples from 12 great restaurants at The Shops at Yale from 1:00 to 4:00pm for just $20. All profits go directly to the Robin I. Kroogman New Haven Animal Shelter.

Dog Adoption event will take place on Broadway Island from 12-4. Visit with dogs and adopt a new little buddy from the Robin I. Kroogman New Haven Animal Shelter, organized by North Shore Animal League America.

  • Event is limited to 200 tickets
  • Ticket price includes free parking at the 150 York Street Garage.

For more information please visit the Events section of our website theshopsatyale.com/appetizerdessertcrawl/

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Hull’s Art Supply — 1144 Chapel St., New Haven – www.hullsnewhaven.com