May 31, 2008

Permaculture Picnic Invitation


Permaculture Peace Picnic Banner

A picnic celebrating harmony, nature, Permaculture and music.

A picnic promoting peaceful means of cultivating the land and harvesting its unlimited bounty.

A moment to lament the violence we have used against the land and ourselves.

A time to relax, talk of new things and refresh our hope.

Bring a chair, something to pass, and a shovel if you want to dig around.

We're here to relax, eat and have a good time.

Share together in welcoming Summer.

Bring a friend and enjoy the music and campfire.

Time: 2:00-9:00pm

Music: Lehto and Wright -Celtic band from 3-5pm

Salad and greens supplied by Loon Organics

Bring your guitar, voice, or music.

Location: Southwoods Forest Gardens

RSVP's appreciated

Questions: Contact Dan Halsey 612.720.5001 or dhalsey@integra.net






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