THE READER
November 2005

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Customer Comments

General Manager's Report

Board Report: The October Board Meeting

Deli News

Produce News

Book News

Health & Wellness News

Operations News

Specials Information

2005 Donations

Eastside Farmers Market News

This Year's Turkey Selections

Thanksgiving Shopping List

Producer Profile: Vermont Valley Community Farm

Alternative Thankgiving Celebrations

Recipes & Drink Recommendations

Newsbites

Community Calendar

 

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

 

Timber Stand Improvement
Saturday, November 5th, 9:00am - 5:00pm. The Woodland School of the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Baraboo hosts this class for forest landowners to keep up with the demands of maintaining their trees. For more information log onto: www.thewoodlandschool.org or call 608-355-0279.

Chain Saw Safety: Making the Right Cut
Saturday, November 12th, 8:30am - 5:00pm. The Woodland School of the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Baraboo hosts this class for mastering the basics of chain saw safety.
For more information log onto: www.thewoodlandschool.org or call 608-355-0279.

Sierra Club Free Educational Program: Organic Standards & Local Foods
Wednesday, November16th, 7:00pm. Come join Lynn Olson from our own beloved Willy Street Co-op. She will cover a variety of topics from the changes in organic standards to the Co-op’s methods of sourcing goods for the store. Learn more about how the Co-op works with our food vendors, and local farms and farmers, and to bring us the best in produce, meat, dairy. Buying local and organic is an important way to support the environment, and we are lucky to have such a resource in town to make that process easier! Find out more about how we do it. Vandewalle & Associates, 120 East Lakeside Street, Madison. Sponsored by Sierra Club - www.4lakes.org/programs.htm for details and maps.

Thanks Giving Holiday Faire
November 19th-20th, 10:00am-6:00pm. Psychics, healers, arts, crafts, lectures/presentations and fun at the Sheraton Inn. For more information, please call 256-0080 or log onto www.wellife.org.