Thur. April 7, 7pm - Talk by Carol Cox on “Starting a Backyard Garden from the Roots,” at the Willits Library. Manager of the Ecology Action Research Garden for nearly twenty years and co-author of “The Sustainable Vegetable Garden” with John Jeavons, Carol will discuss how to set up your gardening space, how roots grow, minimizing water use, and how to keep your small space productive with your own compost. Sponsored by Friends of the Willits Library (FOWL).
Apr. 9, 12:30-4:30 – Gardening class at Phoenix Rising Garden, contact Ron at 489-5408.
Apr. 16, 7pm – New Orleans Suspects and The Wild Mendohoulas at LL Grange. Dinner by Zolcalo at 7; show at 8. Fundraiser for the Grange Farm School. Tix at JD Redhouse.
Apr. 18-22 – Willits Main Street Planning Fair: Apr. 18, 5-6pm walking tour, 6pm Community Workshop, Wed-Thur. 5:30 open houses, Fri. 5:30 prelim design, all at old Rexall building – check www.willitsmainstreetplan.comfor further info.
Apr. 21, 7pm - Now and Then Film Series presents WATERMARK at LL Grange. A feature documentary film that brings together diverse stories and profound imagery from around the globe about our relationship with water: How water forms us and how we are formed by it or the lack of it. Info from Annie 459-6362.
Such abundance!! (And I’ve probably missed a few…)