Friday, June 04, 2010

I will never be able to do all the things planned for this Saturday but I can try:

Green Festival - I'm interested in the DIY zone and the Local Food and Farming area. But do I want to pay to go? Only $5 with a bus transfer...
June 5-6, 2010
Saturday – 10am – 7pm
Sunday – 11am – 6pm
WA State Convention Trade Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101

Punk Rock Flea Market - Two wonderful things combined!
Underground Events Center, 2407 1st Ave in Belltown. Starts at noon.
"The PRFM is a full on flea market selling everything you can imagine, including records, clothing, furniture, computers, stereo equipment, housewares, haircuts, toys, videos, bicycles, tacos, falafels, vegan treats, skateboards, political propaganda, information from non profit groups, book stores, artists selling their work, bike repair, baby stuff, tarot readings & whatever else we can fit into the space."
All ages until 8 pm
Market is until 6 pm; bands will play after that."  
The opening of Georgetowns Farmers/Flea Market from 10 am to 3 pm.  

So exciting for this neighborhood to have their own market, especially as there is a dearth of grocery stores in the area. This Saturday is the very first one, but they will be continuing every Saturday through September 26th.

Farmer Jane speaking at Third Place books in Ravenna.

I've been reading this book in short bursts for inspiring stories of women working in Food Education and Justice.

6504 20th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 525-2347
7:00 PM 
Cost: FREE

Sustainable West Seattle Festival

Delridge Community Center from 1pm to 5pm: "a free community celebration featuring live performance, creative arts and environmentally-minded workshops, speakers, family activities, and over 100+ community organizations and resources for Southwest Seattle."

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