Growing Community Resilience
Come on down to the Anacortes Farmer's Market on Saturday to enjoy camaraderie, food, crafts, music, and a skill-share workshop inside the Depot! Transition Fidalgo & Friends is happy to partner with the Farmer's Market to bring our community free workshops through the market season.
The Farmer's Market opens at 9 am. Workshop will be inside the Depot at 10 am. THE FIX-IT FOLKS WILL ALSO BE AT THE DEPOT JUNE 28 - BRING YOUR BROKEN ITEMS AND HELP TF&F SUPPORT DECEPTION PASS STATE PARK!
June 28th, 10 am: Culinary Herbs
Kelly Ann Atterberry will lead us on a journey through the delights of herbs used to flavor meals, from bullwhip kelp to spearmint and beyond. She'll explore the health and taste benefits of a number of key herbs, many of which you can cultivate in your home garden. Kelly Ann holds a degree in Herbal Medicine from Bastyr College and is currently a grad student in Vegetable Horticulture at WSU's Skagit Research Station.
Free; no registration required. Co-sponsored by Transition Fidalgo & Friends and the Anacortes Farmers' Market to help grow community resilience.
More workshops to put on your calendar:
July 5: Herbal Support for Stress Relief with Suzanne Jordan
July 12: Mason Bees with Joe George
July 26: Raising Urban Chickens with Linda Zielinski, and Tour de Coops & Crops from 1-4:30!
August 16: Home Canning with Vivian Smallwood
August 23: (at Potluck Kitchen) Canning Jams and Jellies with Vivian Smallwood
Sept. 6: Not Your Grandmother's Frugal Living with Laurie Racicot
Sept. 13: The Value of Good Food - Eating Well on a Budget with Heather Burke
Sept. 20: Boost Your Immune System with Sharon Swan
Sept. 27: Know Your Energy Field: Self-Healing Energy Therapy with Julianne Ash and Sue Jones
Oct. 4: (at Potluck Kitchen) Fermenting with Julianne Ash