Silent Auction and Entertainment
The Spiral Living Center will present a delicious Local Foods Dinner, a silent auction, music and a short talk on the history of farming in the valley by Greg Walter, Saturday, November 16th, at the Illinois Valley Senior Center, 520 East River Street. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Proceeds from this event will allow Spiral Living Center to continue
to offer programs such as the IV Farm and Garden Festival, other free skill-share
events, bicycle repair, and gleaning to people in the Illinois Valley. The
dinner feast consists of many courses of locally grown, harvested or gathered
Advance Tickets are available for $12 each or 2 for $20 from board members, or at Commun-I-Tea (next to Taylors in Cave Junction), or you may purchase unsold tickets at the door for $15 each. Paypal payment is accepted via the website - Click on donate button above. Paypal tickets will be held at the door.
Contact SLC Director Debbie Lukas (541) 592-3386, or send check to Spiral Living Center, PO Box 2093 Cave
Junction OR 97523. Donations of cash, auction items and food are welcome!
Spiral Living Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization serving the Illinois Valley since 2006. The Spiral Living Center’s
mission is to create a sustainable, self-sufficient community in the Illinois
Valley, according to Executive Director Debbie Lukas. In order to achieve this
overall goal, they work to help all who live in the Illinois Valley to secure
the basic necessities such as food, water, shelter, transportation and health
Says Lukas, “From a
practical point of view we are a community self-help group, trying to involve
everyone in securing these things for themselves from within the Illinois
The group relies on volunteers, who enthusiastically
share their skills as class instructors, project leaders and helpers at a
variety of workshops, presentations, and skill-sharing demonstrations featuring
rural living skills. Past programs have covered harvesting and preparing wild
edibles, strawbale construction, raising goats and chickens, gardening, bicycle
repair, and off-the grid power systems. Projects include the IV Food Coalition,
the Gleaning Project, Illinois Valley Farm and Garden Festival, the Biochar
Project, IV Bikespace, Selma Skillshare, Takilma Tool Library and the Spiral
Living Library. Board members will be on hand at the dinner to discuss Spiral
Living Center’s programs and projects.
For information or to volunteer, contact the
Spiral Living Center at (541) 592-3642 or email: spiral@spiralLiving.org
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