Wednesdays at the Water's Edge
at the Water’s Edge
At the Riverside-Salem Environmental Cottage, 3449 West River Road,
potluck at 6:00, programs beginning 6:30, unless otherwise indicated.
Check this Web site for latest information or call June at 773-1426
25-26 Come explore/visit the Permaculture Bus at Riverside-Salem
2 Elaine Krempholtz, Drumming Circle
3 Mary Kay Jou, “Reconciliation in a Post-9/11 World,”
International Institute, 864 Delaware Avenue [6:00 – 8:00
p.m.]. Call the WNY Peace Center for information: 894-2013.
9 A Berry Merry Multi-sensory Summer Celebration with Carol
Alt. Please bring
1 cup of local berries, rhubarb, etc. Jon Rieley-Goddard will also
update us on "local eating.”
July 16 Making Music with Cathy Rieley-Goddard
and Carol Alt. Bring recorders, kazoos, guitars, or we will have
some for you to use. Be surprised at what sweet sounds we can create!
23 Moving into Stillness: The Promise and Practice of Yoga
by Carolyn Morell. Explore the philosophy of hatha yoga through
conversation and experience the benefits of yoga through practice
of various stretches and postures. Through movement and relaxation,
we can shed everyday stresses and experience our capacity for peace
and contentment. Practice time will be approximately one hour. Bring
a yoga mat or blanket and wear comfortable non-restrictive clothing.
Carolyn Morell, a lifelong social worker, teaches yoga at the Himalayan
Institute in Buffalo, New York.
30 “Greens and Grains” with Jordana Geist,
who will introduce us to Quinoa, Amaranth, Barley, Buckwheat, Millet,
Oats, Kale, Collards, Mustard, Beet and Turnip Greens, Spinach,
Swiss Chard, Bok Choy, Napa, Broccoli Rabe, Cabbage, Watercress,
Seaweed and more! To this cooking/tasting/nutrition demo, bring
an appetite for tasting and learning about some of the world's most
versatile and nutritious foods. Jordana is a holistic health counselor
and a Reiki master, with a degree in journalism & 25 years of
experience writing about food, health, and wellness.
August 6 Commemorating the bombing of Hiroshima:
The Peace Flag Project with Kilissa Cissoko.
9 IWI’s Jigonsaseh Awards, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Hilbert
College: Info: -332-6988.]
13 Storytelling with Diane Evans: Diane will tell stories
and involve us in storytelling activities. Bring your imaginations!
Diane is a member of Spin-A-Storytellers and has been telling stories
for many years.
20 Eveline Hartz leads a roundtable discussion on preserving
foods. Join us for a nice relaxed evening: Bring your recipes and
share how you freeze, preserve, can, pickle, dry your harvests.
Enjoy some wine, cheese, breads.
27 Sharing Our Talents: Roger Cook and Carol Alt will present
their art and new book, Up Above and Down Below,
as Co-Pastor Jon Rieley-Goddard presents ideas for a community anthology.
31 June & Roger’s 28th annual Labor SUNDAY potluck-picnic:
1515 West River Road, Grand Island, 2 – 6 p.m. Music, volleyball,
boating, great food & folks! All welcome. 773-1426.]
Here are some old calendar entries, to give
a sense of what we do: