Join us for the Spring Share Faire, where we share skills with small 30-minute classes, goods ranging from garden produce to household items, and stories. Our theme this Faire is Food and Garden, so expect refreshments, and bring family and friends!
We’ll be back at Cubberley Community Center, using their classrooms for protection from a possible, and hoped for, re-visit from El Nino. So, mark your calendars for April 10, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM and plan to come join us.
Teachers wanted! We want to learn the skills you have! If you want to teach a 30-minute skill-share class aboutFood or Garden topics reply to this e-mail.
The focus for April at Transition Palo Alto is Seeds! We have endorsed AB 1810, the California Seed Exchange Democracy Act (learn more and sign up for alerts here), we’re partnering with local organizations on April 17 forSeed Day in Cupertino (more info soon!), and our Fourth Friday film on April 22 will be Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds. So – seed oriented skill shares are particularly desired!
Volunteers wanted! We continue to have great volunteers at our Share Faires. We’ll be glad to have help setting up and cleaning up, greeting people and managing goods, and more. You can sign up on line here.
And please print out and post our wonderful event flyer – courtesy of Herb Moore – to locations where you might find people who are interested in our event.
Got books? Got books you don’t want? Want books? Our friends at FOPAL hold a giant used book sale every 2nd Saturday and Sunday of the month at Cubberley Community Center (4000 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto). In April, it will take place on the 9th and 10th – Hey, it’ll be going on at the same time as the Share Faire, so you get a two-fer!
We want to thank Zero Waste Palo Alto for being an event sponsor! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Compost!