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Holy Trinity Menlo Park Celebrates Creation Stewardship in April

Original post made by Linda Hubbard Gulker, Menlo Park: other, on Apr 6, 2009

April is Creation Stewardship month at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Menlo Park, featuring opportunities to participate, learn, and have fun! Through activities, lectures and worship, the parish will focus on preserving our planet Earth. Events include:
• Saturday, April 18: Tomato-cage building, planting demo, and animal fun
• Sunday, April 19, 9:30 am: John Jeavons, Executive Director of Ecology Action and biointensive gardening pioneer
• Sunday, April 19: "Kids for Kids" tour of Harley Farms in Pescadero (limited space for kids and their adults!)
• Sunday, April 26, 9:30 am, Wolfram Alderson, Executive Director of Collective Roots
• Sunday, April 26, 10:30 am, Intergenerational Creation Worship. Gardening attire is welcome. Tomato plants and cages available for purchase following the service; proceeds to Collective Roots
• Sunday, April 26, 6:00 pm: Dinner featuring local, sustainable foods.

The public is welcome at all events. For more details, please call (650) 326-2083. Holy Trinity is located at 330 Ravenswood in Menlo Park.

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