The Estevan Public Library is hosting a Repair Cafe this Saturday, offering residents a chance to bring in household items to be fixed.

The event is being put on by the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council.

"We've got someone that can do mending and any kind of textiles, and then someone as well for computers and small electronics and audio and visual equipment," said Meg Dorwart with the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council.

Dorwart said people usually bring in a variety of items and it changes at every event.

"For clothes, sometimes people like to have their pants mended, or there's a hole in a sweater they need fixed," she said. "With electronics, we get like toasters or a KitchenAid mixer, a paper shredder. It really depends because obviously everyone has different broken items in their home that they'd like to fix, so every year is a little bit different."

The event runs from 10-2 on Saturday. All repairs are free of charge.

Dorwart added that they will be accepting walk-ins. However those with an appointment will be given priority. 

You can book an appointment on the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council website.