Coastal Community Sheds

There are Community Sheds in of the communities of Nain, Hopedale, and one currently being built in Rigolet.

Cassie Jararuse is the Regional Youth Program Services Coordinator in Makkovik.

The community sheds are open from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm following summer hours. Unless it’s otherwise noted for each community. This is the time for you to drop by the shed to see what it’s all about.

The sheds has been set up for wood working, small engine repairs and other projects. No experience is necessary, and training will be available for proper and safe use of power tools. The sheds are limited to 10 people at a time, and it’s a first come first serve basis. If the space is full, check back again next time. If you are interested go and check out the space.

The Hopedale Community shed has been open since November 2018, the shed coordinator is William Dicker; He recently held a flat making workshop taught by Ross Flowers. In the near future there will be more opportunities to learn other wood working programs. Please keep an eye out for workshop postings.

Cody Tuglavina is the Nain shed coordinator. Tuglavina encourages Nain residents to drop by the shed to see what types of programming are going on or what workshops you would like to learn. Drop INS are welcomed and encouraged.

The Rigolet community shed is currently being built. Waylon Shiwak is the shed coordinator for their community. Shiwak recently built the shed from ground up and the last thing he has to do is the sidings. If you are willing to help out contact Waylon at 947-3328 ext. 255. Shiwak would appreciate the help.

If you have any questions, call the Shed Coordinators or drop by
Nain – Cody Tuglavina – 922-1857
Hopedale – William Dicker
Rigolet – 947-3328 ext. 255

Jararuse encourage you to come out and check out each shed as they’re all unique and therefore public use. If you have any concerns or comments, please contact Cassie Jararuse the Regional Youth Program Services Coordinator at 923-2365 ext. 235