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22 Sunday / April 22, 2018

Soap-Making Workshop

01:00 pm to 04:30 pm
The Goat Conspiracy Cabin

Join us at the beautiful Goat Conspiracy Cabin to learn the basics of soap making. Together we will make a batch of soap and we will end the day with a glass of wine and a chill session. And, it is baby goat season! Those who are interested can also get a tour of our farm and meet some of our sweet goats, including our newest group of baby goats. Each participant will leave with five bars of soap from the batch we make.

Space is limited. Register by Friday, April 13.


22 Sunday / April 22, 2018

Band Together Bloomington presents an Earth Day concert to benefit Hoosier Hills Food BankGarden and Gleaming Program

07:00 pm to 11:00 pm
The Players Pub

Join us on #EarthDay at the Player’s Pub for a benefit concert to celebrate Hoosier Hills Food Bank Garden & Gleaning Program.

Opal Fly and Kapow
Austin Stirling & The Hangdog Hearts
Thom and Devin Brown

HHFB’s Garden & Gleaning Program provides locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables for free distribution to those in need of emergency food assistance. Volunteers and community supporters are the most important assets our program has; the more supporters and volunteers, the more fresh food we raise and rescue. Growing our own produce allows us to bring in varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables most needed at the food bank and partnering with local farmers to harvest excess produce significantly increases the amount of produce we can distribute. Since 2009, the Garden and Gleaning Program has grown 102,135 pounds of produce in our garden and gleaned 483,521 pounds of produce from seven area farms. This has all been possible because of community supporters like you and the 2,451 volunteers that have given 7,616 hours of their time over 10 years.

Learn more about the program and volunteer opportunities at www.hhfoodbank.org/garden-gleaning.

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