• December 13, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • Bill and Di's

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Jim French
Jim French

Hi Babs! I wanted to invite you and friends to join us tomorrow evening for the Garden Group December pot luck. Are you still on Green Street? 'Have been wanting to come visit for a long time & after seeing your meetup group, I REALLY want to come hang out for a bit. Anyway, here are the details on the pot luck. The food and companionship are always super. take care, jim
Jim French
Jim French

Sorry, too quick to hit "enter" Many thanks to Bill & Di for hosting the Garden Group post luck this Friday, Dec. 13th, 6:30 pm. Extra bonus!! Bill & Sue C. are celebrating Birthdays on Friday, so bring your singing voices & musical instruments. Bill & Di are thinking about their 2014 garden & would love some ideas. They have an expansive back yard.

What: Garden Group Dec. Pot Luck / B-day celebration When: Friday, Dec. 13 @ 6:30 pm Where: 1488 S Wasatch Dr. SLC 84108

Bill is a most excellent cook and is making Tom Yum soup. Please bring bowls and spoons. Bill is also an artist and will give an in-house gallery tour to all interested. Have seeds to gift? Why not bring em.

The Garden Group has a pot luck most months and we try to help folks with any garden related advice/planning and/or work. We are a bunch who are excited about growing more food for humans and our other animal friends. It's always nice to get some help with big and small garden projects. We try to be as sustainable and organic as possible and like to plan at the pot lucks and then schedule a work party for another time. We also do other activities: horse manure gathering, bamboo collecting, fertilizer making, workshops... Can't manage to bring a dish or drink to the pot luck? No problem! Please let me know if you want off this list. thanks, Jim Imagine what things will look like in 5 years... then let's get busy www.TransitionSaltLake.org https://www.facebook.com/transitionsaltlake
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