Friday, May 2, 2008

Weekend activities

Hello faithful readers! It looks like we're getting into a good blogging groove over here at the Good Sheppard Center. We'll try to post frequent updates to keep you informed.

This weekend promises lots of fun, educational, and CHC endorsed events for folks of all ages. On Saturday and Sunday, Seattle Tilth hosts its annual Edible Plant Sale. This is a wonderful chance to buy interesting and unusual varieties of edible plants for your garden and to show your support for a wonderful local organization. I suggest going early, as it's a hugely popular activity and they will run out of the more popular varieties (ex. Sungold Cherry Tomatoes).

On Sunday, Sustainable West Seattle is hosting their first Sustainable Festival at 4314 SW Alaska St. (one block West of the Alaskan Junction). Mary will be speaking on a panel and putting on a booth. It should be a rip-roaring good time, with some interesting and different activities, like: an "Un"drivers license booth, a bike maintenance booth, and Seattle City Council President Richard Conlin.

Also on Sunday is the Southern-style Community Oyster Roast benefiting the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance.

Looks like a great weekend all around.


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