You are cordially invited to…
The 7th Street Garden
Inaugural Summer Fundraiser
Thursday, September 6th
6 – 8:30p.m., in the Garden
Seasonal Appetizers from Local Farmers
Specialty Drinks & Silent Auction
Garden Tours & Live Music
$40 – in advance, $50 at the gate
$80 – support a Resident Gardener to attend
$100 – sow the seeds of change
RSVP at www.the7thstreetgarden.squarespace.com
Support your community and really local farming…
*The 7th Street Garden is a highly productive community food garden that provides fresh and healthy food to low income Shaw neighborhood residents and offers education opportunities to D.C. residents on nutrition, gardening, and food origin. Through the provision of local, fresh food, the 7th Street Garden unites diverse communities and provides necessary elements to live a healthy lifestyle. Your contribution is needed to help support the only direct access food project in Washington, D.C.
I was going to post about the broken glass door at the Big Bear, but taking the picture with the Palm made my PDA go through some type of seizure where I was forced to continue the battery drain or ‘erase all data’. I chose to erase. So everyone, I might be asking for your contact info again because guess who fails to back up weekly? Or monthly.
The story, probably more than likely not in any way true, but it is a good story, is that the owner, Lana, kicked the robber through the door. I, resigned to the idea of erasing all my data, spotted Lana in the distinct little original Mini Cooper, coming down Florida, turning onto R, and then zipping up 1st. She could be a superhero. There is the door-kicking myth, the Lana-mobile and the Big Bear Headquarters. The only thing lacking, a superpower, unless conjuring tasty salads and making hot tea is a superpower. And if it is, I’ll take it.