Posted by storyboardpro on March 6, 2014
> We will look at the Maritime Northwest Garden Guide to make sure we are ready planning our gardens for this Spring.We will do a quick review of the past weeks lessons. I hope you had time this week to start some early crops. Please see the attachment Hortense. This is the best information I found to identify common pest and disease problems in the vegetable garden http://pep.wsu.edu/hortsense/
> Let’s have a seed exchange next week! Bring any seeds you have saved or any you have extra to share!
> See you tomorrow 12:00 71 Old Church Road.
Posted by storyboardpro on March 3, 2014
Adi Haneen is a graduate student in the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington. She is doing research about recreational activities around Hood Canal. We can participate! In order to do so, you must have visited or reside in the Hood Canal region. I think we all qualify for this!
By clicking the link below you will be verifying that you are over 18 years old, and giving your consent to voluntarily participate in this study. Here’s the link
Posted by storyboardpro on March 2, 2014
> Many of you are familiar with the Quilcene First Presbyterian Church’s commitment to help Quilcene and Brinnon children have a summer camp experience. Last year the Presbyterian Church was able pay the full cost to make it possible for 8 kids to participate, who would otherwise not have had this opportunity.
> This is the fourth year of the congregation’s FAT TUESDAY PANCAKE DINNER. THIS COMING TUESDAY, March 4 from 5 to 7pm at the Church. The pancake dinner will include regular, blueberry, banana, chocolate chip and buck wheat pancakes, turkey and regular sausage, coffee, and orange juice.
> All donations for the dinner will go the summer camp program.
> Come join your neighbors for a different dinner experience – different because it’s pancakes for dinner, because YOU don’t have to cook or clean up, and MOST IMPORTANTLY because you’re helping send kids from your neighborhood to summer camp.
> See you there!
Posted by storyboardpro on March 2, 2014
One week away! The Coyle Women’s Club will host an Open House Craft Day on Saturday, March 1st from one to three pm. Location: the LBJ Community Center on Hazel Point Road. This is not a craft fair or craft sale, but an opportunity for members of the community to demonstrate a craft, and to learn crafts from others. If you have a craft you’d be willing to show or to teach others, please reserve a table by responding to this email; if you know someone who might be interested in demonstrating or teaching a craft, but who doesn’t have email, he or she may call Cherylann at 765-4547, or Aly at 765-0921. If you’d like to learn more about crafting, just show up! Men are welcome, too.
Refreshments will be served.
Posted by storyboardpro on February 23, 2014
This Sunday February Ninth at the Quilcene Community Center, Judy Alexander and Greg Brotherton are presenting the movie FOOD STAMPED, and will be following the show with a Q/A session about local food. This is a FREE event.
More about the movie:
Our Pot Luck theme is Feeding a Family of 4 on $12.00. That is the limit on how much or less you should put into our "Shareable Meal". The one who comes up with the best tasting and stretched meal will win a prize.
Time is 6:00 pm Sunday night. Movie will start at 6:45 pm.
Posted by storyboardpro on February 4, 2014
Gardening classes start at The Quilcene Enviroart Gardens Monday January 27 at 12:00 Noon.
Posted by storyboardpro on January 8, 2014
Twana Roadhouse Open Mic Night
Saturday, December 28th
Posted by storyboardpro on December 28, 2013
WoodSound101 Open House // New Year’s Eve Party
Monday, December 31st
This will be a pot-luck party and all are welcome to attend. Please bring finger-foods and/or beverages to contribute. As the month progresses, we’ll pass along any updates regarding this event. Naturally, there will also be musical entertainment and we’ll provide an update regarding those who are expected to performing.
If you’d like to perform, please contact Scott Wilson by return email at sawas.
Posted by storyboardpro on December 22, 2013
(Migratory folk-rock poet)
“It’s hard to put your finger on Laura Meyer. On the title track of her new album Been Here Before, she starts off sweetly singing: Been here before/ Got a rope against my neck/ Been here before/ I guess I never left. The tender folk vocals don’t prepare you for the striking left turn the album takes next, delivering the hard driving blues of “Motel Room Blues #1.” Meyer looks like a sweet little waif, but there’re dark corners seething under her ingénue exterior.
Alternating between folk and blues, she’s a skinny white chick with soul to burn, and inside are tough-minded songs that simply don’t seem like they could have come from her. On “Don’t Let Them Collect You,” a martial new wave beat delivers an edict about being trapped by exactly the sort of stereotyping I’m engaging in: Don’t let them collect you/ Don’t let them collect you/ They’re just trying to get you/ Put you on their shelf// No one’s gonna protect you/ no one’s coming to the rescue/ they’re just trying to dissect you/ So you better take care for yourself.”
- Glen Starkey, SLO New Times
Posted by storyboardpro on December 18, 2013