Monday, March 28, 2011

March 31 - April 22

Every Thursday

Processing Potluck

Come learn how to process food and herbs.

Bring gallon glass jars, large containers, and

grain alcohol if you can donate any. Bring food for dinner.

6:00 pm // the lion’s den – 430 lincoln avenue

Every Friday

Pick up Soccer

4:00 pm // Granite Creek Park

Seed Cleaning and Saving

7:30 pm // 805 Dameron Drive

Every Saturday

Karma Farm Meeting

Learn how to get involved with your local, urban farm.

10:00 am // Prescott Public Library

Pick up Soccer

4:00 pm // Granite Creek Park

Every Sunday

Food Not Bombs

cook: 1 pm // 318 S. Marina #1

eat: 3 pm // NW Corner of the Courthouse Square

Thursday, March 31st

Harvest Local Produce

8:00 am // Kathy’s – Danita and Northside

Dry Farming

2:00 pm // Grandma’s – 708 Dougherty

Wednesday, April 6th

Edible Extravaganza!!!!

Learn to make kombucha, yogurt, tinctures, homebrew, dried foods, compost, sourdough, spice masalas and other delicious foods in the cycle. Seed swap. Potluck start at 6:30. Lecture on nutrition from 6:40-7:00 pm. please bring jars to bring foods home. everyone and all invited!

6:30 – 8:30 pm // Prescott College Crossroads Center 215 garden St.

Saturday, April 9th

Water Security: An Evolving Emergency

Water is the one indispensable resource. It is the lifeblood that sustains life. When water is threatened, all living things are threatened. Yet we treat it as a commodity and fail to respect its essential nature. We are already creating an emergency that will be made worse with increasingly extreme climate events. Ecosa Institute Director Tony Brown will review the current state of global and local water supplies and propose methodologies for securing our water resources into the distant future.

10 – 12 noon // Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset (two blocks behind True Value).

Monday, April 11th

Slowfood Prescott Meeting

Meetings begin with a Local Foods Potluck, so prepare and share a dish containing at least one local ingredient and come hungry!

5:00 pm // Prescott College Crossroads Center 215 Garden St.

Thursday, April 14th

Buttons with Sophie

Help me use up these crafts! Make buttons (badges) and whatever else. Bring images or/and ideas! Snacks are cool, too.

4:00 pm // 888 ½ Valley St. (behind True Value. house is behind the garage)

Saturday, April 16th

Printmaking Workshop

Come join us for a FREE introduction to linocuts! Supplies are provided but if you have your own carving tools I'd recommend bringing them. Also, bring any fancy papers or certain inks that you prefer. INVITE your friends!

12 – 4:00 pm // Sam Hill Warehouse - 3D Studio 232 N. Granite St.

Monday, April 18th

Freeskool Meeting

Learn how to get involved with your local, urban freeskool! also, come get help planning your class or check in about how your class went.

7 pm // the lion’s den – 430 Lincoln Avenue

Tuesday, April 22nd


Learning Conference addressing aspects of Sustainable Community Development such as Seafood Consumption Awareness, Tea Time and Seed Balls, Rebuilding Community in Haiti, Presentations by 4H After School Program and more!

12 – 5:00 pm // Prescott College – 215 Grove Avenue

coming up…

Cinco de Mayo Concert- May 5th

documentary film Fifteen Years Down the Road. La Merma (Nogales, MX) – Standard Deviance (Tucson, AZ) – Mute Paint (Riverside, CA) – Mortal Atrocity (Davis, CA) – Butte Creek Boys (Prescott)

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