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Seeds of Change: Earth Day Event

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Seeds of Change: Earth Day Event

Time: April 24, 2010 from 12pm to 4pm
Location: At The Old Foundry
Street: 100 E. Maple St.
City/Town: Bellingham
Website or Map: http://seedsofchangebellingha…
Phone: 360.483.8515
Event Type: earth, day, eco-networking, celebration
Organized By: Naomi and Laura
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2010

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Need a place to cultivate your seeds of change? Help us create a forest! Plant your organization or your passion for activism at Anything Grows school for social change and be a part of Bellingham's eco-social evolution in local resiliency. Find out if you’re a seed, sprout, sapling, blossom, or branch and share your interests, skills, and passions. Plant an intentional seed of change on this Permaculture oriented day of celebration, sharing, food, and connection. Grow with us! Contact:seedsofchangebellingham@gmail.com and facebook.

12-1 Music and Food

1-3 Featured opportunities in Education and Awareness:

* Eco-social Evolution and Environmental Stewardship
* Community-based arts and Multimedia Collaborative Networks
* Leadership and Social Change
* Healing Arts and Wellness

3-4 Seed Ceremony - Planting Seeds and Intentions


Please bring your own plate, eating utensils, and water bottle. You might like to have your notebook and your garden gloves, or even your musical instruments or drum. Definitely bring an open heart. Please bike, walk, carpool, or bus on down.

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Comment by Jason Styles on April 25, 2010 at 12:47pm
Just what I said, Kelly and I were there, were fed some delicious rice and beans, and then were sitting on the couch and chatting, waiting for the event to get started. We walked around and read some of the information regarding the different opportunities for further action. Then a member of the community very kindly suggested that there were better ways for us to spend our time, so we left. I can only guess that something didn't jive... I don't know. No hard feelings, just seemed strange, especially compared to experiences I've had at other meetings. No doubt the rest of the meeting was delightful, and I'm glad to hear it.
Comment by Bruce Horowitz on April 25, 2010 at 10:28am
Hi Jason,
I didn't get there ntil one o'clock -- what exactly happened that you and your "S.O"?, were asked to leave? The rest of the day went well, but was lightly attended. Our seed planting ceremny closing the event was lovely, however.
Comment by Jason Styles on April 25, 2010 at 1:06am
Hey, I was there early on and hoping to get some valuable feedback and input in terms of "transplanting" my enthusiasm and passion for this subject into other areas and lives... instead me and my S.O. were politely asked to leave. So yeah, just curious how the rest of the day went and what got accomplished..? Any feedback appreciated!
Comment by Heather K on April 23, 2010 at 2:02pm
Hi Bruce! This sounds great! I'll arrive later in the day & come with friends, seeds, ideas, & hugs.

If you post a "Discussion" on the TW site, with the info of both this emerging eco-social evolution location & event, it should be forwarded out to all members of the TW site. (The event pages don't get automatically forwarded).

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