Saturday, 11 August 2012

JiT in August

    Sunday 12 August 3.00 - 5.00 pm: Walk and Talk -  La Source, Le Mont Vibert, St Ouen. (almost in St Mary!) Mark has agreed to show us around his plot again this year. He has many years' experience of sustainable growing for his family and a wealth of experience, tips and ideas to share. 

    Tuesday 14 August 6.00 pm: Meditation Flashmob - Liberation Square, St Helier. (when the weather is really really bad - raining - we are going to have the Med Flash Mob at the Jersey Public Library, Halkett Place). Thirty minutes of silent meditation followed by 10 minutes of sound bath - please bring your voices, your mantras, singing bowls, chimes... bring a candle... bring your own cushion or stall for sitting meditation. Bring Everyone! Let us come together as One Community... as ONE... This is an event open to everyone, all ages, from every path, experienced or not. 

    Thursday 16 August 7.30 pm: Green drinks - The Townhouse, New St, St Helier. Informal chats over a drink or two. 

     Tuesday 21 August 7.30 pm: General meeting - "The Boardroom", The Townhouse, New St, St Helier. Decisions, decisions, decisions... How does JiT actually work?

    Saturday 25 August 7.30 pm: Film night - Double bill! St Brelade's Youth project, Communicare, Quennevais Rd, St Brelade. The sky is pink (18 mins), a short film from Josh Fox, the Oscar-nominated director of GASLAND about the games big-oil plays with our view of reality. With Patent for a Pig (43 mins) about the games Monsanto plays with our genetic material. These are a pair of 'spine-chillers' about the kind of problems we all face today and so the reasons why we need Transition right here and now.,-2.1865&z=15 

    Tuesday 28 August 7.30 pm: Brewing and Fermenting Inaugural Meeting - The Post Horn, Hue St, St Helier. Rolling our own barley? Doing our own malting? Growing and sharing local organic ingredients? Tips? Know-how? What do people want from a JiT beer and winemaking group? If you already brew or ferment your own, or if you'd like to start, please come along and see what we can make of this.

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