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Wonderful Water: A Neighborhood Festival Pasadena November 15, 2014 @thefarmersyard1
 

Wonderful Water: A Neighborhood Festival / Saturday Nov 15 / NW Pasadena

 

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FREE! *** BRING THE KIDS! *** GRATIS!

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Join us Saturday November 15 (10am – 2pm) for Wonderful Water: A Neighborhood Festival at The Farmer’s Yard in NW Pasadena. Artists, scientists, gardeners, naturalists, musicians and poets will inspire and challenge us to consider the life-sustaining importance of water.

Children’s activities include:
* make a worm tunnel for the garden
* fish art
* see tiny river creatures under a microscope!
* spoken word workshop w/ Kenyan poet Minda Magero
* story hour with Cheryl Hubbard
* water on Mars with JPL Scientist Bonnie J. Buratti
* Kids’ costume parade of “river creatures”
…and much more

For everyone, topics include:
* The Friends of the LA River’s Rover Trailer
* The Arroyo Seco Foundation on river restoration
* Aquaponics with Scott Henley of Whisper Farms
* Edible CA native plants with Nicholas Hummingbird
* Water reclamation for gardens, Leigh Adams, LA County Arboretum
* Water for disaster preparedness – Safe N’ Ready
* Urban Homestead – water wise urban farming

Add a water memory to the Raindrop Tree.

Hosted by Northwest Pasadena Community Gardeners
who operate the Farmers Yard and The Trailer Trash Project is a sponsored project of the Pasadena Arts Council’s Emerge Project.

Water on Mars – JPL Scientist Bonnie J. Buratti

See flyers, below:

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FREE!  GRATIS!  
Wonderful Water: A Neighborhood Festival
Saturday, November 15, 2014, 10am–2 pm
The Farmer’s Yard, 138 W. Howard Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

Hosted by  Northwest Pasadena Community Gardeners and The Trailer Trash Project [i]

Join us Saturday November 15 (10an – 2pm) for Wonderful Water: A Neighborhood Festival at The Farmer’s Yard in NW Pasadena.  Artists, scientists, gardeners, naturalists, musicians and poets will inspire and challenge us to consider the life-sustaining importance of water.

For children (2 yrs and up) activities include:
*  a spoken word workshop with Kenyan poet Minda Magero
*  make a worm tunnel
* fish art
* Water on Mars with  JPL scientist Bonnie J. Buratti
* Story hour with Cheryl Hubbard
* Discover tiny water creatures under the microscope at the River Rover trailer (FOLA)
* a kids’ costume parade of “river creatures”

 
For everyone, topics include:
*  The Friends of the LA River’s Rover Trailer
* The Arroyo Seco Foundation on river restoration
* Water on Mars – JPL Senior Research Scientist Bonnie J. Buratti
* Aquaponics – Scott Henley of Whisper Farms
* Edible Native Plants – Nicholas Hummingbird
* Water reclamation for home gardens – Leigh Adams,  LA County Arboretum

Adults and children will be invited to enjoy a glass of water, listen to live music and add their water memories to the Raindrop Tree.

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NW Pas Community Gardeners is operated by the Farmer’s Yard and guided by principles of community building, self-reliance and sustainability. Website:  https://www.thefarmersyard.com/ 
The Trailer Trash Project is a sponsored project of the Pasadena Arts Council’s Emerge Project.
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