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Sustainability Sunday
Sun, Apr 29, 2012 6pm to 10pm
6000 Paseo
Apr 27, 2012

Spring is here - the season of new beginnings. This month we bring our voices together to express our perspectives of the movement so far and suggest what we would like to see in this coming year.

Just as a season's harvest begins with tiny seeds and a gardeners care, so must community begin with ideas and engagement with one another.

This event is devoted to discussing our thoughts and feelings about Sustainability Sundays and the value exchange and generating ideas for the sustainability of this tradition.

-This is a vegetarian pot luck event, so please bring some good local food and share in the bounty of good company.

-This is a non-alcoholic event

Christin and I can't wait to see your beautiful faces!
Until then, take care and have a happy Earth Week.
-Dan

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