THE READER
November 2004

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Customer Comments

GM Report

Board Report

Produce News: Babies, Squash and Specials

Juice Bar & Bakery News: Bakery Special Order Program

Health & Wellness News: Digestion Suggestions

Deli News: Winter Squash

Book News

Specials Information

2004 Donations

Recipes & Drink Recommendations

Gobbling without the Turkey

Baking Bread

Producer Profile: Lathrop Farms' Real Turkeys

Thanksgiving Shopping List

Community Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

LISTING INFORMATION
We welcome your submissions to the Community Calendar. Please send via mail or or . Submissions must be received by the 8th of each month for inclusion in the following month’s issue. If space is contrained, priority will be given to those pertaining to food and farming, health and wellness, environmental, and neighborhood events.

Dane County Winter Farmers’ Market
Beginning Saturdays, November 13th–December 18th. Monona Terrace. For information call 455-1999 or log on to www.madfarmmkt.org.

Celebrating Youth!
Saturday, November 6th, 10:00am–4:00pm. This Annual Madison festival celebrating our children has something for everyone; a parade, games, performances, music and food. Free and fun. Monona Terrace Convention Center. For more information, call 261-4000.

Effigy Mound Tour
Sunday, November 7, 1:00pm–3:00pm. The Arboretum contains some of the rare, intact mound groups out of the thousands built in our area more than a 1,000 years ago. On this tour, which features the mounds in Wingra and Gallistel Woods, you’ll learn about these ancient earthworks and the cultures that built them. Registration required. Call the Arboretum for a registration form, 263-7888 or find one at www.wisc.edu/arboretum.

The New East Side Book Forum
Wednesday, November 10th, 7:00 pm. Robert Reuschlein, economist, member of the Association for Peace Economics and Madison Area Peace Coalition, discusses Paul Krugman’s The Great Unraveling: Losing Our Way in the New Century—a critique of economic decline under the Bush administration. $5 donation requested, but no one turned away. Light refreshments and two lovely cats. For more information, call 442-8399 or . Group meets at 616 S. Brearly St, just south of Brearly & Spaight.

Designing Rain Gardens
Saturday, November 13th, 9:00am–12:30pm. Learn how to landscape your yard with wild flowers to catch rainwater from hard surfaces on your property. Design, plant choice, placement, and planting are discussed. Fee: $15 ($13 for Friends of the Arboretum) Registration required. Call the Arboretum for a registration form, 263-7888 or find one at www.wisc.edu/arboretum.

Birchbark Memories
Saturday, November 13th, 1:00pm–3:00pm. Experience how Native Americans prepared for winter through the eyes of an Anishinabe (Ojibwa) girl living in northern Wisconsin in the late 1800s. Fun and educational activities are planned based on the book The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich. You may even learn a bit of Anishinabe language! Dress for the weather, since there will be both indoor and outdoor activities. Registration required. Call the Arboretum for a registration form, 263-7888 or print one from the Web site: www.wisc.edu/arboretum.

Madison Herb Society’s Herb Fair
Saturday, November 13th, 8:30am–4:00pm. Browse through displays of herbal foods, crafts, and books for sale. Sponsored by the Madison Herb Society and being held at Olbrich Gardens. Lemon-flavored herbs are featured as the herb of the year. There will be 20 vendors and free herb talks. Admission is free. For more information, call 242-1664.

The New East Side Book Forum
Sunday, November 14th, 3:00–5:00 pm. Emerald Blake discusses Barry Miles’ book Hippie. “For those who were there, this book will flash them back; for those who weren’t, they’ll wish they had been.” $5 donation requested, but no one turned away. Light refreshments and two lovely cats. For more information, call 442-8399 or . Group meets at 616 S. Brearly St, just south of Brearly & Spaight.

Arboretum History: From Glaciers to Restorations
Thursday, November 18th, 7:00pm–8:30pm. This is the second in a series of free, public lectures designed to provide an overview of the Arboretum, from past history to current research. Lecturer is Molly Fifield Murray, Arboretum Outreach Manager. Registration required. Call the Arboretum for a registration form, 263-7888 or find one at www.wisc.edu/arboretum.