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Re: [permaculture-61] EPWORTH-Natural Plastering Weekend coming up, Permaculture Course starts Jan.

From: user 4.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 4:56 PM
Are you using American Clay?
I was at a green building tour of houses in Portland, OR, last weekend visiting my brother and we went on a self-guided green house tour - and one of the homes has American Clay instead of paint as it's interior wall finish - gorgeous colors and textures and with a soft glisten-y quality. . .I guess you must be getting close to being done! With windows in place I hope. Your house would have knocked 'em dead compared with the most of the homes I saw in Portland. . .Wilton has an elegant sensibility, and your little house has a wonderful feel to it.
With regret, I wanted to let you know that I have a memorial service for the husband of a good friend on the Saturday (Oct. 9th) of that weekend - otherwise I would work at figuring out how I could make it up there.
I sure am missing you guys though! 
Pat & I were talking about you both when we last saw each other (about a month ago) and saying how we longed to visit with you again as it had been too long. She's on a movie with Stewart Wurtzel (husband of the prod. designer who designed the recent-ish version of The Untouchables & got an Oscar for it - Patricia something - Wilton might remember Stewart - such a nice fellow) and won't be done until after Christmas.
Now that the growing season is winding down, do you think you might come into the city - to go to the Matisse show at the MoMA for example? You need to feed your soul a bit too. Sure would love to have you go as my guests - and to met up for dinner or something.
Love, Christina


On Sep 29, 2010, at 4:34 PM, Joan wrote:

EVENTS AT EPWORTH CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER, HIGH FALLS, NY: 2 hours north
of NYC on 160 beautiful acres of pasture, woods and stream, accessible by Adirondack Trailways Bus from Port Authority. Sponsored by Green Phoenix Permaculture.

INTERIOR NATURAL PLASTER ON THE STRAWBALE FARMHOUSE--GUIDED WORK WEEKEND:  Coming up in less than 2 weeks, October 9,10,11. Led by Kay Cafasso
Details below and PLEASE RSVP.

PERMACULTURE DESIGN COURSE with teachers Kay Cafasso, Connor Stedman and guest teachers.
Weekends beginning in January, 2011
Dates: January 15, 16, 17, February 19, 20, March 26, 27, April 9,10, April 29, 30,
May 1. [
Note: This last weekend begins on Friday. All previous class days are on
a weekend or holiday.]
Details to Follow. If interested, please contact Joan Ewing, Green Phoenix
Permaculture at [address removed]. [masked]-7646.

INTERIOR NATURAL PLASTER Guided Work WEEKEND, October 9, 10, 11,
 [Columbus Day Weekend]. Led by Kay Cafasso.
Come join us for a weekend of work, community and fun as we apply the final
interior coat of plaster to the strawbale farmhouse. We recently had a great
weekend laying the first coat of earth clay plaster.

WHERE:
Epworth Camp and Retreat Center, High Falls, NY.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Heated building with bunks and mattresses, common area and
kitchen. Please bring bedding. Note: We will let you know which building we will
be staying in, depending on how many participants we have.
ARRIVAL:
You can arrive Friday evening or Saturday morning. We will start providing food
at breakfast on Saturday morning, so please be sure to take care of your food needs on
Friday evening if you are arriving then.
FOOD: Partial Potluck: We will provide some basic foods. Food contributions from
participants are joyfully accepted. IMPORTANT: In your RSVP, please let us know
about your food allergies and preferences in detail [for example if you are vegetarian--do you eat eggs or dairy?]
COST:
No charge. Donations toward our teacher are appreciated and we will have a
donation basket.
WHAT TO BRING: Sleeping bags or other bedding, including pillows, rain gear, work
gloves if you can, clothes for possibly warm days and chilly nights, medications, flashlights.

RSVP as soon as possible! Please let us know if you are coming so we can plan the
weekend. RSVP to: Joan at [address removed]. [masked]-7646.

FEEL FREE TO CALL OR WRITE WITH QUESTIONS.










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