(Deadline for submission is the Friday before publication. Most items are published for two weeks.)
MWS continues to recycle all toner cartridges and cell phones, just bring them to either office. Storage is easier if toner boxes are recycled at home. Thank you!
Introduction to Systemic Constellation Work with Laura Ghedina
AWSNA Conference Delegates Seeking Housing: Two delegates from Orchard Valley Waldorf School in VT will be attending the AWSNA conference, March 21-23, and are seeking beds for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. One is the school's administrator and the other is the 7th grade teacher. Deb and Jane are hardy and easy-going Vermonters--no fuss! The school has a very tight budget and they would be immensely grateful! If you can host one or both of them for those three nights, please contact Grace Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org. (03/11)
Seeking to buy a used Waldorf wooden kitchen in good condition for my toddlers birthday at the end of April. Contact Eliza at Eliza.email@example.com or 207-653-1266. (03/11)
Seeking a 30-40hr/week nanny in Portland starting in September. Flexible hrs. Two kids 2.5 yrs and 10 weeks (in September). Prefer waldorf/rie background and experience with infants/young children. Pay negotiable. Contact Eliza at Eliza.firstname.lastname@example.org with a letter of interest and experience. (03/11)
Houseplant Help: Are your indoor plants feeling neglected? As the sun is getting stronger, houseplants are starting to wake up and grow again. Now is the perfect time to give them some fresh soil, a larger pot, some fertilizer, and a bit of tidying up. I’d be happy to help you with this ‘dirty’ job! I have years of experience with plants, indoors and out. No plant too small! I’m also available for pet sitting and housecleaning services until gardening season starts in early May. Kat Coriell, BS Horticulture, owner, Garden Hands Gardening Services (since 2002), MWS alumni parent. 926-3047. (03/04)
Fresh Local Food from our Community
Become a member of Milkweed Farm this season: We are a small family farm committed to growing healthy, delicious food for our children and the local community. Our Farm shares include vegetables, medicinal and culinary herbs, fruits (rhubarb, strawberries, melons), and flower bouquets from late May through September. We also offer egg and meat shares (pork and turkey). This year we will be offering a Freeport drop off for Merriconeag families. To find out more about our farm and practices or to download our 2014 application, please check out our website, www.milkweedfarm.net. You can also contact Lucretia Woodruff at 725-4554 with any questions.
Designing Schools for Nature Connection & Community Involvement:
Tues, July 7, 7:00 - 8:30 pm,
Community Hall, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
$10/person suggested donation.
Join us for an evening of exploration with Matt Bibeau, Co-Director of the Institute of Permaculture Education for Children, into how we can support the transition towards providing children with abundant opportunities to connect and learn with nature.
This event is co-hosted by Merriconeag and The Resilience Hub of Portland Maine.
Circus Smirkus at Merriconeag:
Monday, August 3 & Tuesday, August 4, 1:00 & 6:00 pm,
Grade School Campus, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
THE BIG TOP TOUR IS COMING TO TOWN
with our own high school student, Sarah Norden,
as part of the amazing cast!
TICKETS ON SALE AT ROYAL RIVER NATURAL FOODS BEGINNING JUNE 10TH!