Come learn about pollinators and what to plant to attract bees and butterfly's. Guest speaker from Bear Creek Lake Park.
Bring potluck item to share and your own beverage, eating dish and utensils. 6-7pm
Guest speaker - 7-8pm
Holy Shepard Lutheran Church
920 Kipling Street
Lakewood's annual Earth Day Celebration is returning on April 21, 2018. In addition to celebrating with music, food, beer, art and games, we are looking for vendors to share their sustainability mission with more than 2,000 attendees. If you'd like to showcase your eco-friendly products, services or resources, apply online at Lakewood.org/EarthDay. Space is limited, so be sure to include how you will help attendees make a positive impact on their community. The Earth Day Celebration is a free community event organized by the Employees' Committee for a Sustainable Lakewood as a way to spread environmental awareness and celebrate our community.
Hello Neighbors, Bee Safe participants and wanna-Bees,
As someone who has already committed to avoiding pesticides and herbs in your yard and garden (or who is thinking about it!), you are invited to the upcoming Bee Safe Open House!
This event will include a talk by Bee Safe expert Dave Braden of the Living Systems Institute, provide local information of where to shop for Bee Safe plants, recognize existing participants and give new-bees the opportunity to ask specific questions.
The February Resilience Circle will be on Thursday, Feb 8th from 6 - 8pm at the home of Susan Ramsey and Jim Rabiola. We are still finalizing the speaker but mark your calendar for a fun social event that will include a pot luck supper, speaker and opportunity for all to make announcements.
When: Thursday , Feb 8th
Time: 6 - 8pm
Where: 1165 Holland Street
What: Speaker to be confirmed
Bring: food to share; your own plate / cutlery/ cup; interested friends, family and neighbors
Open House - To kick-start our 2018 Sustainable Eiber efforts, we are having a Sustainable Eiber Open House at CCYoga Studio (1492 Ammons Street) on Monday Jan 22nd from 6 – 8pm. There will be informational posters about our major sustainability projects, light snacks and folks who can answer your questions. Hope to see you there! For more info contact Carrie at 908 432 9309 (voice / text)
Calling all current and former residents to:
• Participate in hands-on activities
• Share memories about your family, home, and neighborhood
• Bring old photos of your house and neighborhood-- Lakewood Heritage Center staff will scan them and return your images before you leave
When: Wednesday May3rd
Time: 6 - 8pm
Where: Home of Carrie Sonneborn, 1250 Kline St, Lakewood 80215
What: Kelli Marko will present her local research on Bee Safe nurseries
Bring: a dish to share and interested friends, family and neighbors. Please bring your own plate, cutlery and cup to cut down on waste!
March Resilience Circle will be Thursday Mar 30, 6 - 8pm at the Garrison Street Grill. Our guest speaker will be a representative of Natural Lawn, a local company dedicated to providing chemical -free lawn care.
Date: Thursday, March 30th
When: 6 - 8pm
Where: Garrison Street Grill
Who: Natural Lawn will speak about pesticide -free lawn care
What: A little different this time! NO pot luck but option to order a meal and/or dessert from the Grill. Or just come for the talk which starts at 7pm. You may want to come earlier to eat - up to you. Invite your interested friends, neighbors, family members!
A Christmas party with a meal, entertainment, free family portraits, gifts for kids and a hay ride. Saturday, December 10th from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
If you are interested in helping, in anyway, you can do something as simple as just drop needed food off beforehand, or something more involved like being a server, etc.
For all the help that's needed, and to sign-up to provide it, please go to this link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4babaa2da57-christmas
We can use help distributing flyers to the community about the above, this Saturday, December 3, from 10:30am till Noon. We gather at New Life in Christ at 1380 Ammons St., and go from there. It's a great way to door knock, and get to the know the neighbors as we personally invite them.
It's time to clear out, reuse and recycle! The City of Lakewood is hosting Cleanup Days on October 8 and 9 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. to help residents responsibly get rid of household items for free! Acceptable items include furniture, appliances, carpet, newspaper, cardboard, electronics ($15 per CRT TV/monitor) and more. A full list of acceptable items can be found at Lakewood.org/Cleanup.
The event is free to Lakewood residents with proof of residency. For more information, please contact 303-987-7193 or email@example.com.