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Share The Loaf is a way for Brake Bread to be a community conduit for neighbors to give and receive bread freely and joyfully with no strings attached.
A couple years ago there was a beautiful and moving article in The New York Times called “The Flavors That Unite Syrians” by Dalia Mortada, a journalist reporting from Istanbul covering the civil war in Syria.
Two Rivers Gallery is pleased to present artworks by two local artists; Tamara Aupaumut and Jeremy Pomani.
The M "100 Years and Counting" exhibition in December is a choice sampling featuring American art from 100 years ago to today.
On Friday, December 7, Theatre Elision returns with Have Yourself a Jazzy Little Christmas. This special holiday concert was very popular last year at North Garden. Once again, they will feature an ensemble of singers and jazz musicians performing the Christmas standards, with a “sing-along intermission.” Both shows start at 7:30 p.m., with the doors and bar...
Our neighborhood is blessed with one of the finest book stores focused on one topic, though it is a very broad one — horticulture as the art and science of growing, knowing and hoeing about the plant world.
A voluntary donation is welcome for yoga classes at Rivergarden yoga. See rivergardenyoga.com.
The Fort Road Federation’s (FRF) board of directors is developing two documents that will inform and guide how we can help achieve neighborhood goals. The first is a new Strategic Plan for the organization. What is a strategic plan and why is it important? A strategic plan is a document that defines an organization’s goals and direction...