Chears Project News and Links
August 10, 2010
Three Sisters Garden:-- All are invited to a work session to be held at the second of the Three Sisters sites at Schrom Hills Park in Greenbelt East on Saturday, August 14. It's at 6915 Hanover Parkway- Click HERE for directions. Greenbelt Gardeners are also being recruited to serve as rotating crew leaders at regular Saturday morning work sessions to be scheduled for the fall at Schrom Hills and the other two Three Sisters gardens behind the Community Center and the third garden to be established this fall on the grounds of the Springhill Lake Recreation Center. Please contact Maggie Cahalan (email@example.com) or Lucy Duff (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. The project was recently approved as one for which Prince George's County Master Gardeners can receive volunteer work hours credit.
Wild Meadows Farm: Next events are: Permaculture Certificate Design 10 day Course—August 6-15; and --Series of re-skilling workshops (April-November 2010). Click HERE for detailed schedule.
CHESTORY:--August Tributes to Tom Wisner. In August, Mac Walter and John Cronin will be performing Tom Wisner's music at several venues around the Chesapeake:
Thursday, August 12: Mac Walter and John Cronin 'A Tom Wisner Tribute Concert' at the Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 2nd Street in Annapolis, MD 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Friday, August 13: Mac Walter and John Cronin 'A Tom Wisner Tribute Concert' at the Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solomons Island Rd, Solomons, MD 7 - 9 p.m.
Saturday, August 14: Mac Walter and John Cronin 'A Tom Wisner Tribute Concert' at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels, MD 12 - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, August 17: Mac Walter and John Cronin 'A Tom Wisner Tribute Concert' at the Custom House, Washington College, 101 South Water Street, Chestertown, MD 7 - 9 p.m.
On Sunday, August 22nd from 12:00 noon - 6 PM, there will be an informal gathering to honor Tom Wisner at Tom Wisner Hall at Kinds Landing Park in Huntingtown, MD. We will celebrate Tom through music and memories. Bring instruments, photos, and memories to share. Also bring a dish to share. Click HERE for directions to Kings Landing Park. Click HERE to go to the CHESTORY web site.
Greenbelt Climate Action Network (G-CAN):--Events are on second Wednesday at Greenbelt Community Center September to June. Contact Steve Kane at email@example.com or Lore Rosenthal at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Real and Meal at New Deal:--- Events are on Third Mondays. On Monday, August 16 at 7pm, internationally well-known alternative health expert Gary Null’s documentary, Autism: Made in the USA, will be shown at the Reel & Meal at the New Deal Café, in Greenbelt, MD. Admission is free. An optional vegan meal ($13) will be served beginning at 6:30. — .
Stone Soup Music:, For more information please contact Rich Green at email@example.com or call 301-806-8796
FLOWS: For more information contact Bob@chears.org
Green Man Festival: Green Man 2010 was held May 8 and May 9 in Greenbelt MD!!! Contact Steve Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click HERE to go to the Green Man Site. Click HERE to go to the pictures of the past Green Man Festivals.
Autism: Made in the USA to be shown at New Deal Cafe in Greenbelt--August 16
August 8, 2010
On Monday evening August 16, Real and Meal Third Mondays at the New Deal Cafe (in Roosevelt Center, 113 Centerway Greenbelt MD) will show Autism: Made in the USA. The film is by internationally well-known alternative health expert Gary Null. Admission is free. This event is one in a series of monthly films that explores vital environmental and social justice issues and is sponsored by a consortium of four Greenbelt community organizations. An delicious vegan meal ($13) will be served beginning at 6:30 and the film will begin at 7PM. Full Story