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Garden Party at Ron and Michael's
The One-Month Anniversary of the Summer Solstice Potluck Festival Celebrate Community, Gardening, Friendship, and the Glories of Summer in NH! Please join us for a Mid-Summer Garden Party on Saturday, July 21th at 497 Old Chesham Road, Dublin. Arrive any time after 2pm, with potluck dinner at 5:30pm-ish. Desserts served at 7:00pm, (so save room). Fireworks at dusk!! Live music! This is a potluck, so bring your favorite dish to share. Waters, wine, beer and soft drinks available, but you’re welcome to BYOB your favorite beverage. (This is also a BYOC party, i.e. bring your own folding chair.) Come enjoy the camaraderie of other gardeners, finally see those neighbors who went into winter hibernation so many months ago and revel in the joys and beauty of our all too brief NH summer. Hope to see you here to celebrate the summer's warmth and bounty, and the blessings of community and friendship. The former may fade with the winter months, but the latter is what sustains us year-round. –Ron & Michael Questions…? Call[masked] (Ron) or[masked] (Michael). PS: Rain date is Sunday July 22. (Only mentioned to thwart the fickle finger of fate.)

Home of Ron Witzke and Michael Bell

497 Old Chesham Road, · Dublin, NH

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    The Monadnock Region Permaculture Group, sponsored by The Sustainability Project, Inc., provides a community forum and an online calendar of events for Permaculture information & discussion. Permaculture is the practice and theory that builds permanent agricultural and human systems based on patterns in nature. Through permaculture, we learn essential skills that help us design a way of life that is in harmony with the natural world, including: organic, regenerative farming & gardening, biodiversity, soil & environmental health, developing a sense of place, natural resource conservation, collaboration, and living in connection with the natural world. This group offers a variety of workshops and learning opportunities such as: films and educational speakers, permaculture farm & garden tours, discussion and book study groups, hands on experiences, community garden building, energy conscious living, seed and plant swaps, and social events designed to strengthen our connections and support sustainable community action. We welcome everyone, those who are experienced and those who are new!

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