John's poems range from the historic to the deeply personal, with nature the recurring compass and comfort. Please join us to celebrate longtime friend (and local treasure) John Rule's new chapbook. Refreshments will be available.
Please click on image to go to Flickr site and see John Rule and Miller Williams on the OMNI Peace Garden tour.
A list of more OMNI-related activities is below:
Northwest Arkansas Community Connections NewsletterJune 19, 2010Published by Patricia Mikkelson email@example.com 479-313-0414Find this newsletter on the web hereFayetteville Community Exchange Potluck, 11-2 June 26 Lake Wedington Recreation Area.. All are invited. Learn more about the local Time Bank www.fayettevillecommunityexchange.org and just have some plain old fun. Bring your family. Swimming, cooperative games, jam session and great conversations. $5 per car to enter the recreation area which is located on Wedington Road about 20 minutes from Fayetteville.Fayetteville Pride Parade and party 9-5 June 26 Starting at Tangerine’s parking lot at 9 a.m. with many more activities following downtown and at Wilson Park. For more information http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=123605600991786&ref=mf
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Workshop: Make your own cleaning products: From 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 26. 2010. Making your own cleaning products is easy, fun, and economical. We will make laundry soap, shampoo, and some basic home-cleaning products. Class will be repeated from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 27. Minimum of 8 attendees required, so please pre-register at 479-225-8130. $20 includes samples and recipe handouts. Bring small containers to take home samples and get started with your own healthy, petroleum and chemical free products. Herbal Simplicity, 317 E. Huntsville Rd., Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Enough is Enough Event: From 6:30-9:30 p.m. July 2. An event to raise awareness about refraining from using fossil fuel. Omni Center (see location below) For more info: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=135728979775789&ref=ts
Vegetarian Potluck Wednesday, 6pm July 14 Omni Center Bring a vegetarian dish and be prepared to enjoy great conversation plus a mini-concert by Chris Mikkelson who will also share information about his 21 years of life as a vegetarian from conception. For details, contact Patricia Mikkelson at 479-313-0414. The Omni Center is NOW at 3274 Lee Avenue, behind Village Inn, next to Liquor World in Fayetteville.
Land and house that would be great for community, retreat center, sustainable agriculture, or all three is for sale
64 acres of spectacular, productive, fertile land with a 3 br 2 ½ bathroom, 2,188 square-foot house and outbuildings near Winslow, 1/2 hour from downtown Fayetteville, AR. 20 plus acres mostly flat pasture land and 40 acres forest makes this an amazing piece of land that would be perfect as a homestead; farm; training center; retreat center; co-housing or community.
For only $139,000 (estimated monthly payment $631.38) it includes the best well on the mountain with a pump; storm cellar; two ponds; fence around the whole property and around 10 acres of pasture land; natural air conditioning; gorgeous view; and easy access with logging roads throughout property. It is on the grid with electricity and rural water, but could easily be off grid with wind and solar power.
Find more about this land at:
www.landthatwouldbegreatforcommunityisforsale.wordpress.com or call Patricia.