Summer is a busy time for those who wish to take advantage of Minnesota's growing season. Corcoran GROWS is pulling together two events this summer to showcase some of the garden and other back-yard projects some neighbors have accomplished and lessons learned. Please join us for any of the following events to meet neighbors and be inspired!
Sunday, July 31, 2:00 – 4:45 pm: Backyard Genius Tour, (to be followed by Potluck/Party with Open Mic): Meet at 3540 Longfellow Ave for the tour of four sites, see and hear stories about interesting projects people have done. See details on Corcoran GROWS Facebook page, or call Joe at 722-6473.
5:00 – 9:00 pm: Potluck Party and Open Mic: Meet after the Backyard Genius Tour at 3220 21st Ave S
Saturday, August 20, 4:00- 6:30 pm: 3rd Annual Garden Tour: We've seen mini-orchards, perennial paradises and butterfly bungalows in the plethora of neighborhood yards on our tours, but there is always more! Join us for our 3rd annual garden tour. We are looking for all levels of gardeners and all types of yards. If you are interested in being a stop or helping plan the event please contact Joe @ 612-722-6473. Watch the Corcoran GROWS Facebook page for the tour details. outh. Bring food to share, (if attending the Tour first, you can bring your food contribution to the first address of the Tour and we will tran
sport the food to the location of the Potluck). Open Mic for all! Welcome to our neighborhood talent!
Beginning Fall, 2016: Water Quality Awareness and Action: Corcoran GROWS will be working
on raising awareness of the impact we collectively have on the Hiawatha Lake watershed we are part of, and help support actions we can all tak
e to improve water quality. The Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood, just to the south of us, has been doing some good work in this regard. Stay tuned for more information.
GROWS Campout in July: A few neighbors met for camping at Interstate State Park on the weekend of July 9th and 10th. Getting out into nature together was a fun way to get to know each other better, experience som
e hiking, rock-climbing, and of course eating plenty of s’mores!
Corcoran GROWS is part of the Transition Town movement. We are building supportive relationships & community self-reliance in the face of climate change. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Joe at 612-722-6473.
Corcoran GROWS es parte del movimiento de Transicion. Estamos construyendo relaciones de apoyo y autosuficiencia en la comunidad frente al cambio de clima. Nos puded alcanzar a CorcoranGROWS@gmail.com, o llamar a Joe, 612-722-6473.