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Wesleyan Farmer’s Market

Update: Due to the rain forecast, the location of this event has been changed to Beckham Hall.

Come to the Wesleyan Farmer’s Market this Friday, April 4th from 11-3 in Beckham Hall! Enjoy good food and support local farmers, bakers, chefs, and artisans. Nineteen CT vendors will be there and there will also be yummy lunches for sale!

If you want to help out this week to make this event a success, we need people to flier all the professor mailboxes and help greet vendors. Sign up to volunteer on this google document.

Questions? Email Ellie at ewiener@wesleyan.edu

Here is a list of the vendors coming:

White Gate Farm (East Lyme, CT):
Swiss chard, kale, spinach, lettuce, herbs

Four Mile River Farm (Old Lyme, CT):
Selling beef, pork, and eggs
Grilling hamburgers and hot dogs for lunch

River Tavern Restaurant (Chester, CT)
and
Feast Market (Deep River, CT):
Cooking lunches made with all local ingredients

Meriano’s Bake Shoppe (Guilford, CT):

Pastries, cannolis, cookies, stuffed breads

Three Sisters Farm (Essex, CT):
Honey, lip balms, skin creams, beeswax candles

Summer Hill Sauces (Madison, CT):
Sauces, marinades, pesto, dressings

Cato Corner Farm (Colchester, CT):
Farmstead cheese

Studio Farm (Voluntown, CT):
Jams, potted plants, herbs, flowers

Linda’s Sweet Memories Bakery:
Cookies, scones, sweet breads, pies

Killam and Bassette Farmstead (South Glastonbury, CT):
Jams, eggs, handmade scarves and blankets

Two Guys From Woodbridge (Hamden, CT):
Hydroponic greens, herbs, wheat grass shots

Maple Lane Farms (Preston, CT):

Black currant juice

Fusion Bakery (Middletown, CT):

Cupcakes, cookies, bars, baked goods

Deerfield Farm (Durham, CT):
Raw milk, yogurt, soft cheese, milk soap, veal

Bittersweet Ridge (Roxbury, CT):
Soaps, hand creams, yarns

Gilbert’s Gourmet Goodies (Sandy Hook, CT):
Wheat, gluten, dairy and nut free baked goods

Reingoat Farm (Clinton, CT):
Araconda eggs, yarn

Wave Hill Breads (Wilton, CT):
Three grain French country breads

Bakery on Main (Glastonbury, CT):
Granola

Shutterbugs Spring Photo Exhibition – deadline TONIGHT!

The Shutterbugs Spring 2008 photography exhibition: Many Worlds is accepting submissions, but only until tonight, April 1st, 11:59 pm.

Please submit digital copies of your photos, together with an introduction/description to Shutterbugs.wes@gmail.com. (If you only have your works on film or prints, please send a description of your pictures to the same email address). The exhibtion will be held in Zelnick pavilion from April 16th till commencement week.

Theme: All about you. Tell us who you are; showcase your world through images: be it pictures of home, people you love, an unforgettable journey, or even yourself.
We accept works of all medium and genre (be it digital, film, collage, photo-essay, or even Facebook albums). Please provide whatever context that supports your work.

There is no limit to the number of submissions.

Wednesday Night Football is back!

Sara Hirsch ’09 lets us know that Wednesday Night Football has returned!

What: A chill and confidential space for queer or questioning students to talk about whatever is s on their mind.
When: 9:00 pm, Wednesday Nights
Where: the University Organizing Center (162 Church Street, in between Beta and Open House)

Wesleyan students mugged twice in same day

Walk in groups and travel along well-lit paths, they say. And be aware of your surroundings, since two Wesleyan students have been mugged in the past 24 hours.

… on Monday 3/31/08 at approximately 10:45 PM a male student was near Dennison Terrace when he was approached by two individuals. As they passed him one of the individuals punched him knocking him to the ground. The individuals then demanded his backpack which they took and fled toward High St. The student did not suffer any injuries.

The first suspect was described as an African-American male, approximately 6′ 1″ black hooded sweatshirt, large build, the second suspect was described as a Caucasian or Hispanic male, approximately 5′ 9″ with a tan or gold hooded sweatshirt.

The method and description of the suspects sounds creepily similar to the mugging that occurred not 24 hours earlier:

… on Monday 3/31/08 at approximately 1:15 AM a male student was walking on William St. near High St. when he was approached by two individuals. As they passed him one of the individuals punched him knocking him to the ground. The individual then held him to the ground and demanded his wallet. The student told the individual that his wallet was in his backpack which they took after they dumped out books from it. The individuals then fled north on High St. The student received minor injuries and declined medical assistance.

The first suspect was described as an African-American male, approximately 5’ 10”, white sweatshirt, large build, in his mid 20’s, the second suspect was described as a Caucasian male, approximately 5’ 6” with a black hooded sweatshirt, thin build, in his mid 20’s.

Oh, and where/what is Dennison Terrace?