Many great events coming up from the New Haven Bioregional Group!

Jun 26th, 2012 | By | Category: General
West River & West Rock

 

 

New Haven Bioregional Group/

Transition Greater New Haven

Connecting New Haveners
to Their Life-Place
Since 2005

“a modern environmentalist adaption of the classic tale”
a critique of “green” capitalism and consumerism
93 Osborn Ave, corner of Osborn and Goffe, New Haven 
June26, 6pm, $5-10 suggested donation.

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Saturday, June 30
First
REALLY, REALLY, FREE MARKET

The Upper State Street Farm Market will host a Really, Really Free Market every last Saturday of the month during the market season, June-Oct. (1010 State, 10am-1pm) Don’t miss the fun!

 

What’s a Really, Really, Free Market?

 

A Really, Really Free Market (RRFM) is a community gathering where participants bring, and give away (absolutely free), any usable items, skills, ideas, smiles, talents, friendship, excitement, discussions, games and many other things that we as a community can come together and share.

A RRFM is a 100% free and non-commercial event, organized by participants just like you. It is a temporary autonomous zone instituting the gift economy as an alternative to the capitalist
mode of resource distribution. A RRFM is not just a once a month party, it is an ethos and a way of being that transforms people through its experience and is then carried into other areas of life.

 

We’re really, really excited about this monthly event!
If you’d like to inform the market community of what
you have to offer to the RRFM join the
Upper State Farm Market Facebook Group.

 

Contact upperstatemarket@gmail.com
for more information.

 

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Full Moon Walk
Sandy Point
Tuesday, July 3

Meet at FUUS, 608 Whitney Ave, New Haven, 6:30 PM to Carpool
or
Meet and Park 7 PM,  Captain’s Galley Lot, 19 Beach Street, West Haven 

Take a sunset walk at one of the most beautiful spots along
the CT shoreline. Sandy Point, a long spit of
sandy beach extending into New Haven Harbor,
is not only a great place to watch birds, but is also a
popular spot for mating horseshoe crabs.

On this fun, 1.5 mile walk we will take in spectacular views of the New Haven skyline, Sleeping Giant, and other landmarks.
Heavy rain cancels.

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Zaac  Leading a Foraging Skill Share

   ATTENTION PLEASE!!!

The New Haven Bioregional/Transition Group
wants your opinion!

Over the past two years the New Haven Bioregional/Transition Group, in conjunction with various organizations in the New Haven area, have held “skill shares” to learn and share practical skills to use in a post-petroleum-centered world.  These skill shares have covered topics ranging from food procurement and/or consumption (e.g. gardening, foraging), to energy use (e.g. solar ovens, solar dehydrators), to shelter construction (e.g. cob building).  Currently, we would still like to offer more skill share events to the New Haven area, but we would like your input and opinions to help us plan for future skill shares.

Please click on the link below and take this brief ten-question survey to share your experiences with us about your experience of our skill shares and any suggestions you may have for future skill shares we may offer.

Link to survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT5Q539

Sara Teaching Simple Bike Repair

 

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Bioregional Group

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Visit our Web sites: 

http://newhavenbioregionalgroup.org/

click on “Home”

For pictures of past Bioregional/Transition events:

https://picasaweb.google.com/101276595201805896991 

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