I am a historian/author working on a book about historic New England weathervanes. In a post about this tower, John Kantor mentions having saved the weathervane from the tower before it was destroyed. Please contact me, as I'd love to have a photo of it and learn more about its story.
I am writing to notify people of a 30-year-old Jamaican woman, Christine Jackson, is available for elder care. Christine took care of my mother, Mary Gunn, for the last six months of her life and she was outstanding. She lived with my mother around the clock, taking a few days off during the week or periodically as she needed to. Please contact me if you are interested in learning more about Christine. thanks, John Gunn
Do you love to sing in the shower or the car but are afraid to sing out in public, or do you feel comfortable singing but want to learn more? Either way this workshop is for you! Join inspirational teachers Chris Coogan & Frannie Faith!
Sing From Your Heart, Free Your Voice, Uplift The Spirit
What: a 3 hour joyful workshop learning vocal techniques, practicing deep listening, and building community through choral singing. Experience guided meditations and learn how meditation and singing are connected.
When: Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 2:30pm-5:30PM
Where: Weston Senior Center School Road (building next to the Weston Elementary School same driveway)
TO REGISTER- e-mail Frannie firstname.lastname@example.org
No singing or meditation experience necessary
A peek into the workshop!
Can you'll me if sand on the beach gets replenished yearly? If no, did it at one time. It doesn't feel like sand anymore, feels like dirt & pebbles.
Join us at 2:30 on Saturday November 26 to search for turkeys along the trails! Local expert Joe Debone talks all things turkey - including what they eat, their life span and unique characteristics. We’ll look at turkey feathers, tails, and listen to a wild turkey call.
Free for members, price of admission for non-members.
MealFlour was started by Elizabeth Frank, Gabrielle Wimer (a 2012 graduate of Staples High School), and Joyce Lu in November of 2015. While seniors at the University of Chicago, they came up with the idea of using protein rich mealworms as a way to reduce protein deficiency in communities affected by malnutrition. Not only are mealworms incredibly cost-effective to grow and more affordable than livestock, they are also much better for the environment. Mealworms require 2000 times less water than cows, and produce 12 times fewer greenhouse gas emissions. And most importantly, 80% of the world already eats insects. By providing trainings on how to turn mealworms into a protein rich powder, MealFlour makes it easy for people to incorporate more protein into existing local dishes.
Gabrielle, Elizabeth, and Joyce are currently working in the western highlands of Guatemala, where the rate of chronic malnutrition in many communities is over 70%. Their partnerships with the NGOs Primeros Pasos and PEILE have allowed them to reach over 60 people with their training program, which teaches people how to build mealworm farms, take care of mealworms, and harvest and turn the mealworms into a healthy and nutritious protein powder.
The feedback from participants has been overwhelmingly positive, and several communities have asked MealFlour to bring their program to them. That is why the group is currently holding a crowdfunding campaign. They are working to raise $25,000 so that they can bring their training program to all interested communities. MealFlour helps families grow their own affordable source of protein, and also provides families with another source of income because they can sell any extra mealworm flour to local bakeries and markets. By working to improve health and economic opportunities with an environmentally friendly program, MealFlour is helping to bring about positive and sustainable change.
For information on how to donate to their program, please visit: https://igg.me/at/rJjE7U09M-c
Greenfield Hill Congregational Church
Contact: Roni Widmer FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tel. (203) 259-5596
December 11, 2016
GREENFIELD HILL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH: A MUSIC CONCERT
Fairfield, CT – A much anticipated annual musical event, this year’s holiday music concert, Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 4:00 pm is featuring Wendy Gerbier and friends soprano, Virginia Herrera and bass-baritone, John Dominick III, accompanied by pianist, Michael Fennelly.
This concert will include a selection of beautiful solos, duets and trios that are sure to get the entire family in the holiday spirit! You won’t want to miss this!
The concert is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The Board of Deacons of the Church sponsors the concert and invites all attendees to a reception with refreshments directly following the performance.
Join ANYTIME FITNESS for our first OPEN HOUSE.
DECEMBER 5th from 8:00am - 7:00pm. Enjoy food, raffles, give-a-ways, membership discounts and much more! Friends, family members and non members WELCOME!
295 Westport Ave 203.957.3666