HOUSE NEWS: Artists, artists everywhere! But where are the chefs?
DOUBLE DOSE OF ART: First, the Green House Knitters are in full swing on Monday evenings, 7:30-9:30pm. Come and work on a project of your own, create something for our friends who live on the street (especially for when the weather turns cold), or learn how to knit and crochet. Plus, the Knitters are gearing up for a new project to begin Monday, October 3rd–making amazing rugs out of old t-shirts. THEN… On Saturday, October 1st we are double-booked with artists for Art for All. Fiber artists Mary Peer and Linda Gardner will be teaching “urban flower”-making – creating sweet flowers from salvaged fabric to use as pins or hair decor. And UF Arts major Brittany Acocelli will be starting a painting project. Try to arrive right at 1 to learn to create something beautiful with paint. Flower-creating will be ongoing between 1 and 3:30.
LEARN HOW TO COOK LIKE A GCW CHEF! We’re in need of chefs-in-training for Dorothy’s Farmers Market Cafe on Wednesdays. If you would like to learn to bake delicious bread and create tasty meals form local produce, consider volunteering to be an assistant cafe chef during the month of October. Chefs must be able to start at 9:30am and stay till at least 11:30am on Wednesdays. Contact Kelli with questions or to sign on!
MARK IT DOWN ON YOUR SCHEDULE: We’re very excited to announce our Roundtable for October! Roundtables are happening on the first Thursday of each month this semester, from 6:30-8pm, and include a potluck dinner. University of Florida professor Whitney Sanford and graduate student in religion Vickie Machado (our very own) will be co-leading a roundtable discussion on “Mindful Living”, Thursday, October 6th at the Gainesville Catholic Worker House. They will lead the conversation with Dr. Sanford’s current work with Gandhian intentional communities as well as Vickie’s summer experience with the environmental faith group, EcoStewards. Hope you mark it down for next week and join us!
READY FOR SOME MORE FOOTBALL? We’ll be showing the Gators versus Alabama at 8pm on Saturday night for any guests and friends who want to join us. We’re really grateful to TiAnna and the youth group at Holy Faith Catholic Church for providing some of the food and joining us for the festivities!
Thanks to all of you for your care and support of the Green House. We couldn’t do this work without you. For a list of needs or to make a contribution to hep keep the work going, just drop by or email us. We’re a little stretched right now and welcome any way you can help!
Posted on 09/25/2011, in HOUSE NEWS and tagged Brittany Acocelli, EcoStewards, Gandhian intentional communities, Holy Faith Catholic Church, Linda Gardner, Mary Peer, MIndful Living, urban flowers, Vickie Machado, Whitney Sanford, youth group. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.