Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Green Tuesdays: Films & Lectures on Sustainability


Next Tuesday, September 8: No-Fear Home Canning

Dana Johnson will show us that canning doesn’t have to be scary. She will give a step-by-step demonstration of canning tomatoes the easy, no-fuss way (and touch on pickles, applesauce, jams and jellies, and fruits). You’ll gain the confidence to preserve your garden’s bounty – food that couldn’t be more locally grown – and provide food for your family throughout the winter.

Green Tuesdays are on the second and fifth Tuesdays of the month, from September through May. The series is free and open to the public. Sessions start at 6:30 and run until 8:00, with engaging and fun conversations often pushing the conclusion a bit past that hour. The Monona Public Library is at 1000 Nichols Road.

Whole Foods serves treats, so come early for delightful food and drink.

Green Tuesdays: Films & Lectures on Sustainability is the enlightening and entertaining series of lectures, films, and conversations on sustainable living brought to you by The Natural Step Monona and the Monona Public Library.

Upcoming presentations: Winterizing Your Home with Chad Speight of Chad’s Carpentry (9/29), a special “Green Wednesday” Community Read Panel/Discussion on the works of Michael Pollan (9/30), and the films Up Close and Toxic (10/13), Kilowatt Ours (11/10), and Mama Earth (12/8).

Green Tuesdays: Films are supported by the Dane County Environmental Council. or call 663-2459

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