Join in for an awareness workshop at this house that relies
on both recycled materials and green energy.

Spend a memorable evening at the Old Yellow House in Orinda, an 1890s home transformed by architect James Wright. His renovation combines materials from thrift and salvage stores with the use of natural and green energy. The Old Yellow House Awareness Institute promotes stewardship of the earth and its people and is hosting this event to kick off its Awareness Workshop Series. Along with dinner, the event features live music, a dance performance, tours of the Old Yellow House, and brainstorming sessions about the upcoming workshop series. Feel free to email questions to Chelsea Brown at cbbrown18@gmail.com. RSVP by October 1st. Suggested donation: $20 at the door. Eventbrite reservation required.

Old Yellow House Awareness Workshop Dinner Party
Saturday October 7, 5–8pm
The Old Yellow House
209 Moraga Way, Orinda

Photo courtesy of The Old Yellow House Awareness Institute.