February 22, 2014 · 10:00 AM
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UPDATE (Sat. Feb. 22, 2am): I forgot to mention that it's a weekend, so there is free parking along city streets in the vicinity of the Daily Grind... Just don't pass west of Bronson, as that is the western boundary.
UPDATE (Thurs. Feb. 20, 8:15pm): THERE IS A REALLY BIG WAITLIST FOR THIS EVENT, SO IF YOU KNOW THAT YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO MAKE IT, PLEASE ADJUST YOUR RSVP TO A 'NO' AND GIVE SOMEONE ELSE YOUR SPOT. THANKS, AND SEE YOU ALL ON SATURDAY!
The third in our Knowledge Potluck Series- meetings in which we come together to share what we know about a given topic in an informal way.
This time we will talk about the adaptations necessary to building comfortable Earthship homes in our local cold winter climate. The chill of February will give us the perfect setting to thinking about what steps we have to take in order to ensure warmth and coziness.
Whether you've already built or are in the process of building and can tell us how you've made these adaptations; whether you just happen to know a lot about this topic; or if you don't know a thing but simply want to learn about this, feel free to join us.
Agata will bring along Michael Reynolds' Earthship Vol. I & III and will ask the owners of the homes we visited on our Road Trips how they have adapted to our cold winters in their designs.
An upstairs room at the The Daily Grind will be our meeting place once again on account of their super-friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and yummy coffee, baked goods and varied breakfast menu. They've got a lot of gluten free items to sample too...
See you there!
~ There is a $25 room fee, so be prepared to throw a toonie into the pot to help cover the cost. Thanks!