Friday, April 26, 4pm,6pm,9pm
Ecovillage Charlottesville, 480 Rio Rd. E
 
Come to an evening of community joy and sharing. Music, family games, meet and greet, icebreakers and dedications. Fun and fellowship in an all ages event with Virginia’s intentional communities.
 
We encourage people to carpool. Children’s program can be found here.
 
Schedule of events:
4pm: Dance Workshop (ages 5-11) by Macaco Nova York
5pm: Singing Workshop (ages 5-11) by MIMA Music
6pm: Performance by Community Roots Coop
7pm: Community Circle Liberation Arts
7:30: Singing Circle Lead by Woodfolk House of Song
7:55: Dedication of the Recycling Sorting Station with K&K Electronic Recycling and Open Source Recycling
8pm: Intentional Communities Present and Projects EcoEduc.org
9pm: The League of Wise Fools AfroBeat party with DJ Shaggi – soundcloud
 
Ecovillage Charlottesville is a diverse community united in our desire for a richer, greener way of life. We are developing a residential community with two aims—to foster relationships between residents and to minimize our impact on the environment.
 
The Ecovillage Education Institute is a space for education and community. Diverse programming promotes joy, wisdom and work, in our bodies and mind. Come be a part, and find community.
When: Saturday, February 9, 2pm to to 4pm
Where: Center for Healthy Living at Ecovillage Charlottesville, 480 Rio Rd. E
Instructor: Joanne Perry
Participant limit: 10
 
Why send your food scraps to the local landfill when you can use worms to turn them into an excellent and free fertilizer for your house plants and garden?  Come to Ecovillage and learn from instructor Joanne how to turn a tote bin into a smell-free, pest-free indoor worm farm.
 
About the instructor:   
Joanne Perry has been a Fluvanna Master Gardner since 2013 and is currently the program’s Education Coordinator.  She got her first worm bin as a Christmas gift from her husband in 2014.  Both of Joanne’s parents were raised on farms.  Joanne remembers that her grandmother had a wicked green thumb and gardened without chemicals. She had an area by her barn where she would bury food.  And every fall she would dig some of the resulting worm compost for her garden.  She also got fishing worms from the pile. Big worms. Trout loved them.
 
This is a free workshop, and all are welcome! Meet at the Center for Healthy Living, in the EcoVillage Education Institute‘s classroom, in the first building across from the parking area. 
 
Invite your friends on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1005412982978190/
 
Want to help plan upcoming workshops? Want to teach a skill you have to others? To learn more, contact info@transitioncville.org.
 
When: Saturday, January 26, 2019, 2pm to to 4pm
Where: Center for Healthy Living at Ecovillage Charlottesville, 480 Rio Rd. E
Instructor: Dave Redding
Participant limit: 10
 
Ecovillage skill share

Ecovillage skill share

Leaky faucets and toilets are a waste of water, energy, and money — and can even lead to water damage and mold in your house.  Come to Ecovillage Charlottesville and learn from retired plumbing, heating & air contractor Dave Redding how to fix some minor plumbing issues in your home without having to call a plumber!

 Dave Redding is a principal in Ecovillage Charlottesville (ecovillagecharlottesville.org), EcoVillage Education Institute (ecoeduc.org), and the Healthy Food Coalition (http://hfcusa.org).
 
This is a free workshop, and all are welcome! Meet at the Center for Healthy Living, in the EcoVillage Education Institute‘s classroom, in the first building across from the parking area. 
 
Invite your friends on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/318177612373732/
 
Want to help plan upcoming workshops? Want to teach a skill you have to others? To learn more, contact info@transitioncville.org.