Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Two Events a Kimberton Hills Camphill Village

The wonderful Camphill Village at Kimberton Hills is the venue for two great events. Tonight at 7PM Mike McGrath from NPR's "You Bet Your Garden" will be speaking about the attracting beneficial creatures to your garden. This is part of the SAITA program (sustainable ag intern training alliance), click here to read more about the informative SAITA programs -- all of which you are welcome to attend.

The second event is a magical celebration of local music and food--the Hootenanny--this Saturday, June 13th at 3PM. Music includes the Spinning Leaves (the Spinning Leaves will be playing at the Kennett Farmers Market on July 17th for our Buy Fresh, Buy Local Festival), Mason Porter (one of the band members of Mason Porter works at Organic Mechanics Soil Company), and rumor has it one of our favorites, Chris Kasper will also be gracing the Hootenanny stage for the 4th year in a row. Chris Kasper was one of the musicians that played the KSQ Farmers Market opening--click here to read an interview that market manager Abby Morgan did for our farmers market blog.

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