Permaculture Harvest Feast: Sharing Our Season Highlights & Bounty Potluck, November 11

The Seacoast Permaculture Group is holding a Harvest Feast on Sunday, November 11th — a chance to gather over a potluck meal and discuss what new things you tried in your gardens, homes and/or lives this year that were permaculturally inspired! This would also be a great time to ask for advice and opinions on continuing the projects, and otherwise inspire each other. RSVP online, space is limited:

Harvest Feast: Sharing Our Season Highlights, Bounty Potluck & Discussion
Seacoast Permaculture Group
Barrington, NH
Sunday, November 11, 2012
5 pm

This will be an informal evening with food and friends, a chance to build our community as well as learn from each other. After we all have a chance to share a meal, we’ll spend some time discussing what we’ve done this year.

In our society, some of the sustainable living work that we are passionate about is not always highly valued and reinforced. So, let’s come together to celebrate it ourselves!

There are so many interesting people in this group, and often our meetups are pretty focused on what we are working on — this will be a good opportunity to connect a little less formally, learn about each other and network.

Please bring an item to share…and if you’ve grown it / picked it / preserved it / gotten it locally, all the better!

Free, though the basket will be out for donations to our group fund!

For more information: www.meetup.com/GreaterSeacoastPermaculture/

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