Friday, June 4, 2010
Upcoming Early June Events
Novella Carpenter comes to Baltimore, June 9, 2010!
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Main Branch, 7 p.m.
Food writer Novella Carpenter tells how she turned a vacant lot in one of the worst parts of Oakland, California, into a working mini-farm, complete with vegetables, herbs, chickens, ducks and bees.
Please join BEST and the Charm City Craft Mafia on Friday, June 18th for the first ever Baltimore Etsy Craft Meetup.
The event will happen Roosevelt Park in Hampden from 6 - 8pm.
This is a great opportunity to get our crafty community together and have a nice summer picnic, perhaps craft a thing or two and have some fun, and we invite you to bring some work in progress, a blanket, and a picnic dinner. You don't have to be a member of BEST or CCCM or even Etsy to attend - this event is for everyone. Non-crafty folks welcome, too. Oh, and the event is family-friendly as well!
We'll also be hosting an informal craft supply swap at the meetup, so please bring any crafty supplies you'd like to trade or giveaway. Any unclaimed supplies will be donated to Art with a Heart and The Black Cherry Puppet Theater.
Also, don't forget that Pile of Craft is at 2640 on June 26th!
B'more Local, a coalition for smarter development in the city, is hosting a free outdoor screening of CNBC’s “The New Age Of Walmart" at Howl.
The event will begin at 7:30, with discussion hosted by Wake Up Walmart, followed promptly by the free screening of this must-see film
Where: Howl (formerly Chow Baby)
3521 Chestnut Avenue
When: Friday, June 4th @ 7:30pm
This event is BYOB and feel free to bring your own lawnchairs, blankets, or other seating.
Local blog http://baltidome.wordpress.com/ is one of my favorite resources for upcoming sustainability events.
Parks & People and the Baltimore Urban Agriculture websites also have a really comprehensive list of different events to make our city a little more green.
Posted by AlizaEss