Monthly Archives: December 2011

Signups So Far for February Reskilling Workshops

Feb. 2012 Reskilling Workshops – Registration Lists as of 12/30/11 (4/20) Cooking Winter Soups & Stews – Feb. 4 at 9 a.m. at Friends Meetinghouse (4/20) Making Mittens & Scarves from Old Wool Sweaters – Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. … Continue reading

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Hope

“Hope is the recognition that some good can be achieved no matter what the circumstances might be, combined with a sustained willingness to try… Right now, as the limits to growth tighten around us like a noose and an economy … Continue reading

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Sketches

My daughter gave me a set of pastels from Uncle Eli’s for Christmas.

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Environmental Fair Jan. 22 – “How Green is Happy Valley?”

From the League of Women Voters: The League of Women Voters of Centre County has an active Environment Committee that has been making plans for a community-wide event in January. It will be called “How Green Is Happy Valley? Saving … Continue reading

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PASA 2012 Conference & more local food news

Potlucks and Workshops New buttons in the sidebar take you right to the sign-up pages. News from PASA Registration is open for the annual Farming for the Future conference Feb. 1-4 in State College Conference website. Pre-conference tracks are a … Continue reading

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Incredible Edible – A Vision of Things to Come

  Story link sent in by Dana Stuchul, founder of Veggiecommons: …Admittedly, it sounds like the most foolhardy of criminal capers, and one of the cheekiest, too. Outside the police station in the small Victorian mill town of Todmorden, West … Continue reading

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Winter 2012 Workshops & Potlucks

Winter 2012 Reskilling Workshops (pdf). Please download/forward/print/share the flier if you’d like to. To register, click on the image below. It should take you to a SurveyMonkey page where you can enter your name, number of people signing up for the workshop, and … Continue reading

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