To all of you who are in, around, or passing through campus this Thursday, Long Lane Farm is hosting a potluck with farm fresh organic deliciousness, live music, and general revelry! Bring food, musical instruments, and friends!
What: Potluck Music Party…bring food and instruments
When: Thursday July 15th at 7pm
Where: Long Lane Farm, corner of Long Lane and Wadsworth
Who: All are welcome, kids, families, etc.
Wesleyan’s Long Lane Farm is hosting a May Day celebration featuring:
- Live Bands,
- Farmer’s Market Vendors
- Gardening and Farming
- Student Environmental Groups
- and FREE FOOD!
Date: Saturday, May 1st
Time: 12pm to 5:00pm
Place: Long Lane Farm, click here for a Google map!
Confused by all the dietary advice you hear? Want to find some truth in all the “good food/bad food” theories? Struggle with cravings? Can’t figure out what to eat? Thinking it’s time to go back on another diet?
Come listen to food expert Cathy Barber, certified in Integrative Nutrition, demystify the subject and answer your questions about diet, natural health, and nutrition.
Bring some cash because a variety of healthful and fabulous foods will be for sale at the end of the talk.
Date: Saturday, April 24th
Time: 6 PM
Place: The Shapiro Creative Writing Center (3rd floor of Albritton)
Chloe Bolton ’10 and Will Brant ’10 will be having several performances of their joint senior recital this week:
Monday, April 19th at 8 PM
Wednesday, April 21st at 8 PM
Friday, April 23rd at 9 PM
Sunday, April 25th at 9 PM
The hour-long performance will be held in the Memorial Chapel meditation room, which is located in the chapel basement. Be sure to come on time or early because there is a 15 person capacity. If anyone who wants to see the performance is not able to because of space limitations, there will be additional performances the same night and possibly during the following week.
Long Lane Farm sends us word of this weekend’s work days:
Hey grab a pitchfork- or just some enthusiasm and head out to Long Lane Farm. We are farming on both Friday and Saturday to celebrate this most gorgeous weather. Anyone can come out- first timers are very welcome!
From Grace Willen ’10 & Chloe Bolton ’10
We’ve noticed that women can sometimes be competitive and hierarchical with each other– competitive about appearance, sexual partners, social power, etc. We want to create a space that ACTIVELY OPPOSES that. We’re hoping to meet twice a month on the full moon and the new moon and talk about these issues and the role that women play as healers and visionaries. We would like to create a space where women can come together as sisters to empower ourselves and each other and honor our connection to nature and the lunar cycle.
If this sounds off-putting or cheesy to you, maybe think about why this may be and what stigmas there are in our culture about sisterhood and womens empowerment. We’ve been thinking about this ourselves and these are some issues we’d like to discuss together.
Our first meeting will be this Tuesday, which is a blue moon. Question? email us at cosmicwes[at]gmail[dot]com.
Date: Tuesday March 3oth
Time: 10 PM
Place: 12 A Knowles Ave
Interested in Urban Issues and Education?
Want to put your theory into practice during the fall semester, 2010?
The Urban Education Semester (UES) is an incredible opportunity to work in a classroom or policy placement in New York while learning about education and urban issues at the Bank Street College of Education, supported by amazing mentors and other program participants.
Find people who care deeply about meeting the challenges of urban education and feel connected to your work and your learning!
You will receive Wes credit for this program through the Office of International Studies.
For more information, contact Vicky Zwelling at the CRC: vzwelling [at] wesleyan [dot] edu
Dinner and INFO SESSION with past participants:
Date: Thursday, Feb. 25
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 103