Saturday, 23. June 2018, Portland, Edible & Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest: Herb Walk

from 23. June 2018 - 10:00 till 16:00
Portland
United StatesPortland97086-97299
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307 people attending
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Edible & Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest: Seasonal Herb Walk (Willamette Valley)

From the lush/primeval temperate rain forests along the coast to the towering snowcapped Cascadian peaks to the east, the Pacific Northwest provides us with a chance to view & experience an impressive number of botanical specimens all within a relatively small geographic range. Join us during the glorious PNW summer season as we discover together the diverse array of both edible and medicinal plants found growing within this spectacularly rich bioregion. Historical and modern medicinal applications will be covered along with any edible and/or utilitarian potential. Tips on basic/intermediate plant identification will be offered with a special emphasis on plant family characteristics as well as differentiating poisonous look-alike plants from their beneficial counterparts. Legal & ethical harvesting guidelines and information about at-risk medicinal plants will also be covered. And given the season, you can bet edible & medicinal berries (and other berry-like fruits) will be an area of special focus.

-SUMMER SESSION-

Approximately 25 miles SE of Portland, OR.
(Willamette Valley Region)

Saturday, June 23. 10am-4pm. $50

Detailed directions and other more specific class info (including carpool networking) will be emailed out to the registered/paid students by June 13. IMPORTANT NOTE: this message will be sent to the email associated with your PayPal transaction (and for some people this may not be their primary email).

No refunds will be issued after May 25.


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Instructor: Tellur Fenner of the Blue Wind School of Botanical Studies.

Make sure to bring: Water, lunch, notebook, hat/sunscreen, rain gear, and a camera.

Class will occur RAIN OR SHINE! :)

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Email (preferred): bluewindbmc@gmail.com

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Phone: 510-290-6841

Interested but don't have a car? Inquire about carpooling options.

Frequently asked questions:

-How long/demanding will the hike be? Typically no more than 2-4 VERY moderate LOTS of stops to ID/discuss plants.

-Can I bring my dog? Sorry, no pets (for a litany of reasons).

-Is it OK to bring my child? My 6-hour *****-level field classes are in no way suitable for children. Trust me: they would be bored to tears.

-I see that hundreds/thousands of people have clicked on "interested and/or going" for this are your class size limits? Don't take Facebook numbers too seriously folks...I cap these sorts of field classes at around 30 students.

-I noticed you're teaching more than one class in the area, will these classes all be the same? Never. I ALWAYS strategically select contrasting floristic zones for each of my regional field classes and focus on different plants during each session.

-Will there be bathroom accommodations? Some trailheads have don't...and due to the possibility of unforeseen maintenance/repairs I can't guarantee any will be available. Therefore I recommend taking care of bathroom business en route to class. I'll keep the participants posted with current info in the lead up to the class.

-Will the class be canceled in the event of bad weather? Typically, no. And as is mentioned in the description: "Class will occur RAIN OR SHINE!". Only EXTREME weather with torrential rain, wind, and possible flooding OR severe heat (100F+) will likely lead to a cancelation. I'll keep the participants well informed with current weather conditions in the lead up to the class.

-When should I expect to receive directions, carpool info, and other more specific class details? As is CLEARLY stated in the above class description: "Detailed directions and other more specific class info (including carpool networking) will be emailed out to the registered/paid students by June 13. IMPORTANT NOTE: this message will be sent to the email associated with your Paypal transaction (and for some people this may not be their primary email)."

Saturday, 05. August 2017, 287 Oak St, Uxbridge, MA 01569-1250, United States, The EMRF 2017 (13th Annual)

from 05. August 2017 - 10:00 till 18:00
71 people attending
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR for the 13th anniversary of the Eastern Mass Rhythm Festival on August 5th, 2017

It's an all-day, outdoor celebration of drumming and dancing! Free and open to the public (donations encouraged). All ages and skill levels are welcome. Freestyle drum & dance in the main circle all day. A wide variety of free workshop sessions to attend. The festival will go on, rain or shine (we'll have a tent). Held at the beautiful River Bend Farm State Park, Uxbridge MA. Please check in at Welcome Station upon arrival.

We have 4 vendors this year! This is our first year to offer vending and these folks have stepped up in supporting the festival and you the attendees. Please support them on Rhythm Festival day. Go to our website to see the vendors list.

Do you want to be a part of making your 13th annual EMRF a raging success? We have lots of different ways that you can support your festival. Contact us if you're willing to help, and we'll work with you to find the best fit for you. To contact us go to our website. If you see a spot where you can contribute to the effort, let us know. We're very excited about this year's festival and we look forward to including you as part of the excitement.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE:

WHAT TO BRING:
• Drums, percussion gadgets, didgeridoos & dancing feet

• Folding chairs


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• Picnic lunch & plenty to drink (no alcohol, please)

• Free-standing sun shelter if you have one

• Sun screen & bug dope

• Hoola-hoops, hip scarves and poi

WHAT IS PROVIDED:

• 4 Vendors! (NEW)

• Plenty of free parking

• Real honest-to-goodness toilets

• Info packet at the welcoming station

• Festival T-shirts for a donation

• Extra drinking water

• Community bulletin board for advertising

Brought to you by the Eastern Massachusetts Drum Council – A grassroots, all volunteer organization that believes in public participation and education for all things rhythmic.

Tuesday, 22. August 2017, Ann Arbor, Atlas Genius at the Blind Pig - Ann Arbor 8/22/17

from 22. August 2017 - 19:00
till 23. August 2017 - 0:00
Ann Arbor
United StatesAnn Arbor208 S 1st St48104
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24 people attending
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Tue. August 22 | 7pm | All Ages | Tickets: $18

The Blind Pig Presents: Atlas Genius

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