Library holding workshop on building and living in tiny homes

Those interested in scaling down – way down – might be interested in an information workshop coming up at the Morinville Community Library. Tiny Homes: How to Build and Live in a Tiny Home will take place at the library Sunday, Feb. 7 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Program Room. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased at the library front desk or on Eventbrite. The library will receive $2 from each workshop ticket sold as a fundraiser.

Permaculture Teacher Kenton Zerbin will introduce the Tiny Home movement in his 90-minute workshop.

Zerbin is a teacher, designer, and consultant who instructs others to repair degraded landscapes, grow food and build community.

“We will virtually tour several beautiful and functional Tiny Homes and cover important topics such as trailers, tiny home layouts, living system options, and more,” Zerbin said in a library release.

Zerbin and the library is promising an opportunity for residents to learn how to build a “debt-free, beautiful home for intentional light-footed living.”

Those interested can register and pay at the Library Front Desk or on the Eventbrite website. For more information, visit

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