(This post is taken from the beautiful and well written Coop du Jour website.)
The inaugural uptown tour of chicken coops in downtown Vancouver neighborhoods, organized by community members that believe in the positive impact local sustainable food sources have on our health, community, and environment, is an opportunity for participants to gain valuable insight and inspiration from experienced coop owners.
The first ever self-guided tour of urban poultry coops in the downtown Vancouver area is set to kick off Saturday afternoon on the 17th of July from 12 to 4 p.m. Read more
…starts tomorrow! That’s July 15 from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. behind the Fred Meyer on 139th. Artisans, food vendors and farmers have been gearing up for this one for a long time! The delicious items available are innumerable. For all the details, check out their fab site: http://www.salmoncreekfarmersmarket.com/
07.04.2010 Listen up. This sounds super great.
Art, food, wine and music will be featured at the first annual Artists in the Vineyard art festival on Saturday July 24 from noon to 6 p.m. and Sunday July 25 from noon to 4 p.m. Come and meet the artists and enjoy a glass of wine while you stroll the bucolic setting at Confluence Vineyard and Winery. Artists will dedicate a portion of their proceeds to support the Oregon Food Bank and Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Representatives from glassybaby will be on hand selling their hand blown glass votives, and a portion of their sales will also go to OFB and Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
The winery is located at 19111 NW 67th St. in Ridgefield. For more information contact Kathy Winters 360-887-2160.
Also, go to Paper Tiger Coffee Roasters today for the Ethiopian pour-over. It’s open LATE tonight and it’s making me very happy this afternoon.