Sep 242010
 

What’s Transition Whatcom up to? They have several events on the calendar.

Check here for their events schedule.

Most notable: on Oct 3 from 4-5pm Transition Whatcom is sponsoring a visit to Village Books by James Kunstler who is touring for his novel The Witch of Hebron. Kunstler is always provocative and a prominent writer of both fiction and non-fiction.

Note that their Oct 10 event involves the Beach School
Time: October 10, 2011 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Bellingham City Hall

Event Description:
A Transition Whatcom Event!

The local 10-10-10 event begins at 9 am on the steps of Bellingham City Hall. Live music, info booths and speakers get us started, with Bellingham Mayor Dan Pike planting our first tree in the Bellingham Public Library grounds at 10:10 a.m. Then we load up bike trailers with our assembled plants and head to the school to plant the new additions to the school garden. Bring your energy and enthusiasm, and a shovel if you can!

We will be planting at Alderwood, Birchwood, Columbia, Roosevelt and Parkview Elementary Schools, Shuksan and Fairhaven Middle School, Squalicum High School – all in the Bellingham School District plus Beach Elementary School (Lummi Island) and the Lummi Nation School.

We still need bike trailer folks to transport the plants from City Hall to the schools, Planters at each school, and help with staging the Kick-off event.
The day before (Saturday) we need a pick-up brigade to transport donated compost to the school locations.

Be a part of this great event:
Tristan Bach: bach.return@gmail.com
Rob Olason: robolason@aol.com
Stephanie Davis: sarizona2005@yahoo.com
Jill MacIntyre Witt jill@1010global.org; laura@commonthreadsfarm.org

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