Thursday, June 4, 2009

June 7 - Lecture: Al Renner Music: Crater Farmer

Dear Friends!!!

Please come and join us this Sunday (June 7) @ Solano Community Garden (5-7pm) for a talk by the living legend, Mr. Al Renner, and live music by Crater Farmer (he's a hell of a man)!

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Sustainable living friends unite!

RocknRoll Community Garden is working diligently towards getting our Communal Rooftop Farm off the ground.

Please note that Sunday Garden Party events are an attempt at fund raising for this purpose.

The suggested donation entrance fee for all events is $5.

Act-now-super-duper-special-awesome suggested donation of $10 will get you 3, yes, count them, 3, garden party mimosas!

We look forward to seeing you at the next Sunday event!

- Love & Sustainable Living,

(Online directions for this can be CONFUSING)

The best way to get there from Silverlake, for instance is:
Sunset to Cesar Chavez
R on Broadway (past Chinatown)
L on Solano Ave

It's right next to the entrance of the freeway

street parking

This Sunday, June 7th, 2009, Al Renner, Executive Director of Los Angeles Community Garden Council and Garden Master, will be the guest lecturer at his lovely Solano Community Garden.
Please join us to hear this living gardening legend speak about starting community gardens and other informative topics.

Crater Farmer: not a smart man, but he knows what love is....
"Charles De Castro is a hell of a man
ladies love him from New York to Japan"

Our Summer Series Calendar will soon be available. Upcoming Music including: The Cigarette Bums, David Shane Smith, Motel, Morgan Derouen, Sasha Gransjean & others!!!! Speakers including: South Central Farmers, Silver Lake Farms, Brenda Verenice, Peace Yoga Gallery, Food not Bombs...and many more!!!! Stay in tune ! We love you !

RocknRoll Community Garden is currently creating a Communal Urban Rooftop Farm in the heart of Echo Park. We are committed to supporting sustainable, local living and connecting community. RnR CG also provides weekly seasonal series of live music and lectures, integrating education, activism and community with beauty and art.

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