Archive | December, 2019

It’s Sachet Day! 4:30pm, Drop ins welcome!

8 Dec

Thanks to advance registration we have some availability.  Drop ins are welcome (RSVPs to CVEarthlab@gmail.com are still appreciated)  See more details here.

The Ribbons Are Almost Ready…

7 Dec

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For Sunday’s Sachet-Making Workshop!

Sunday, December 8th, 4pm to 5:30pm, 230 Jay St. Community Room 

Suggested Donation: $5. for materials for 2 sachets*

Did You Secure Your Spot?

Write checks to Concord Village Owners Inc or CVOI.  Donations can be left with doorman at 175 Adams (Denise) 195 Adams (Shari) or sent via Venmo app to Shari’s account: @misssha After making your donation, RSVP to CVEarthlab@gmail.com , including amount donated, method of payment, and names of participants. Space is limited: the number of participants will be capped at about 20.

The suggested donation fee covers materials plus funds to support the upcoming CVEarthlab 2020 growing season.  Learn more about the community garden at CVEarthlab.com ; see photos of last year’s sachet-making workshop here. Thank you!

  • *Materials include a cotton drawstring sachet bag, an organza bag,  dried lavender, dried lemon balm/grass/verbena, dried mint, dried calendula flowers, ribbon, fabric markers and other decorations. 
  • Please note that the suggested donation is for participants in sachet making, and does not apply to adults supervising children (unless adults intend to craft).
  • Depending on the final number of participants, we hope to offer materials for additional sachets at the event at 2 for $3. — as long as supplies last.  First come, first served.
  • We will have some wine but encourage others to BYOB and glass.

 

Register for Sachet-Making Workshop This Sunday

4 Dec

Sachet-Making Workshop

Sunday, December 8th, 4pm to 5:30pm

Suggested Donation: $5. for materials for 2 sachets

Materials include a cotton drawstring sachet bag, an organza bag,  dried lavender, dried lemon balm/grass/verbena, dried mint, dried calendula flowers, ribbon, fabric markers and other decorations. *

Donate Now to Secure Your Spot

Write checks to Concord Village Owners Inc or CVOI.  Donations can be left with doorman at 175 Adams (Denise) 195 Adams (Shari) or sent via Venmo app to Shari’s account: @misssha After making your donation, RSVP to CVEarthlab@gmail.com , including amount donated, method of payment, and names of participants.

Space is limited: the number of participants will be capped at about 20 people.

The suggested donation fee covers materials plus funds to support the upcoming CVEarthlab 2020 growing season.  Learn more about the community garden at CVEarthlab.com ; see photos of last year’s sachet-making workshop here.

Thank you!

*Please note that the suggested donation is for participants in sachet making, and does not apply to adults supervising children (unless adults intend to craft).

Depending on the final number of participants, we hope to offer materials for additional sachets at the event at 2 for $3. — as long as supplies last.  First come, first served.

Update RE Sachet Workshop Registration

1 Dec

Thanks to a generous donation of sachet bags, we’re able to reduce the suggested donation and increase the number of participants!

Sachet-Making Workshop

Sunday, December 8th, 4pm to 5:30pm

Suggested Donation: $5. for materials for 2 sachets (NEW) *

Materials include a cotton drawstring sachet bags, an organza bag,  dried lavender, dried lemon balm/grass/verbena, dried mint, dried calendula flowers, ribbon, fabric markers and other decorations. *

Donate Now to Secure Your Spot

Write checks to Concord Village Owners Inc or CVOI.  Donations can be left with doorman at 175 Adams (Denise) 195 Adams (Shari) or sent via Venmo app to Shari’s account: @misssha After making your donation, RSVP to CVEarthlab@gmail.com , including amount donated, method of payment, and names of participants.

Space is limited: the number of participants will be capped at about 20 people.

The suggested donation fee covers materials plus funds to support the upcoming CVEarthlab 2020 growing season.  Learn more about the community garden at CVEarthlab.com ; see photos of last year’s sachet-making workshop here.

Thank you!

*Please note that the suggested donation is for participants in sachet making, and does not apply to adults supervising children (unless adults intend to craft).

Depending on the final number of participants, we hope to offer materials for additional sachets at the event at 2 for $3. — as long as supplies last.  First come, first served.

We will have some wine but encourage others to BYOB and glass.

 

Sachet Workshop on Sunday, December 8th: How to Register

1 Dec

It’s time to reserve your spot for the sachet-making event!

Sunday, December 8th, 4pm to 5:30pm

We’ll make fragrant sachets using lavender and other dried herb’s from CVEarthlab’s garden in the community room. The small sachet bags make great homemade holiday and thank you gifts. Because materials and manpower are very limited, we’re asking that $5. donations for each participant be made in advance.

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Suggested Donation

$5. for materials for 2 sachets *

Materials include a cotton drawstring sachet bags, an organza bag,  dried lavender, dried lemon balm/grass/verbena, dried mint, dried calendula flowers, ribbon, fabric markers and other decorations. *

Donate Now to Secure Your Spot

Write checks to Concord Village Owners Inc or CVOI.  Donations can be left with doorman at 175 Adams (Denise) 195 Adams (Shari) or sent via Venmo app to Shari’s account: @misssha 

After making your donation, RSVP to CVEarthlab@gmail.com , including amount donated, method of payment, and names of participants.

Space is limited: the number of participants will be capped at about 20 people.

The suggested donation fee covers materials plus funds to support the upcoming CVEarthlab 2020 growing season.  Learn more about the community garden at CVEarthlab.com ; see photos of last year’s sachet-making workshop here.

Thank you!

*Please note that the suggested donation is for participants in sachet making, and does not apply to adults supervising children (unless adults intend to craft).

Depending on the final number of participants, we hope to offer materials for additional sachets at the event at 2 for $3. — as long as supplies last.  First come, first served.

We will have some wine but encourage others to BYOB and glass.

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