Thursday, May 5, 6:30-9:00. Chamber of Commerce Wine & Food Tasting. Join us at 300 Baker Avenue’s Concord Café together with 15 food establishments. This is a benefit (we’re all cooking for free!) Advance tickets at the Chamber in town or on their website $30 per person; $35 at the door.
Tuesday, May 10, 6:30-8:30. Poetry Lovers’ Evening with Jim Leahy. Bring your favorite poem to read/share. It’s Spring, time to rediscover how wonderful poetry is! Let Jim know if you’re coming.
Wednesday, May 11, 7:00-8:30. Make Your Own Herbal Honeys, Nina Judith Katz. You’ll make one honey mixture for soothing throats and helping prevent or heal from colds, and one for helping digestion. Bring two jars and $10 to help cover the cost of honey and herbs. Sign up in the store or call 978-371-7573. Limited to 60 lucky people. This will be great fun!
Wednesday, May 18, 6:45-8:00. Osteoporosis and Bone Health, Adam Stark. Research keeps evolving. We’re learning, questioning old assumptions. Is it true that we need magnesium with calcium? How much do we need? (And while we’re on the subject, do we even need calcium?) Yes, D plays a role, but what about research on vitamin K out of Japan? We’ll cover Adam’s Top-Five Tips for Healthy Bones, version 2016.2. Free, limited to 60. Sign up when you’re in, or call 978-371-7573.
Plants! Want vegetable seedlings? We’ve got two great farms coming so you can buy directly from the grower. They’ll be outside on our sidewalk at the times listed below. Come support them, please!
Saturday, May 21, 10:00-1:00. Elena and Karl, Crooked Row Farm, Concord. Dedicated to sustainable and organic practices, they’ll bring mostly greens and cold-hardy seedlings.
Saturday, May 28, 10:00-2:00, Leslie and Katherine, Sweet Autumn Farm. Next door in Carlisle, come find organic heirloom tomatoes, peppers and eggplants. Put ‘em right in the ground!