Wednesday, April 20 @ 7 – 8:30 PM
Sohier Room, Main Library
Join Isa Bauer of Tiny House Northeast for a presentation focusing on the basics of planning for and owning a tiny house on wheels – both its challenges and advantages, offering insights unique from the currently popular tiny house themed TV shows. From approximate cost to location, the presentation addresses options for their general design, and heat, hot water and electricity choices, among other components. Living in a tiny house year-round is a topic of rapidly developing debate. Learn why something so “cute” and compact could cause so much discussion! A Q&A session is included. Free and open to adults; signup not required. Light refreshments.
Isa Bauer is the Project Manager and lead designer from Tiny House Northeast, a New England and upper NY State tiny house design-build business. Isa earned a M.A. in Regional Economic and Social Development with a concentration in Sustainable Development, including green building materials and construction methods research. Isa has owned a tiny house since she was 19 years old, as do several of the Tiny House Northeast team.