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29 Tuesday / November 29, 2016

The Do’s and Don’ts of Urban Chickens

05:30 pm to 07:00 pm
The Venue Fine Art & Gifts

On Tuesday, November 29th, beginning at 5:30p.m., The Venue will host a presentation by Julie James, informing you of what you can and cannot lawfully do, and practically what you should and should not do, in raising and keeping healthy chickens, within the city limits of Bloomington.
The City Counsel of Bloomington pasted an ordinance allowing people to keep chickens in Bloomington, but how many, what sex, under what physical restrictions, under whose oversight and subject to whose approval? After Julie James has answered these questions, she will tell us what kind of chickens, what kind of equipment, what kind of a physical lay out, and what care will allow our chickens to prosper. And what exactly does chicken prosperity look like, anyway? How many eggs how often, and a lot more. Julie is an expert, and her presentation will be interactive and fun. When it comes to chickens, it is prudent to look before you leap.
The Venue’s selection of gifts items and fine art, carefully designed to meet your holiday needs, will be on display and available for purchase.
Join us.

Cost: free

For more information contact:

Gabe Colman
(812) 339-4200
[email protected]

Civic Affairs / Education

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