Our 2014 year by the numbers:
3 projects over 4 sites and many seasons
5 artists, 2 bands, 1 dance troupe brought their hearts and creative flair
10 Community Partners offered resources and support of many kinds
77 unique events showcased dozens of different aspects of being creative in connection with the land
588 Participants got to experience a taste of growing, harvesting, processing, making and celebrating through eco-art
1650+ audience members got a snapshot of a different way of thinking about their communities.
A big year indeed for a second year!
we would be most happy if you can come and celebrate with us this Sunday at Trillium North Park
Need an annual membership yet? you can buy one with old fashioned cash for $10 the day of, or visit our paypal site here
4pm- sign in and bark bead making with Rebecca
4.30 – brief official meeting, new directors voted in
5pm- snacks and tea followed by a walking tour of our new home- Trillium North Park!
2014 EGS Annual Report
Reblogged this on Sharon Kallis and commented:
ahh, the power of stats! And THIS is why it feels like 2014 was a busy year!
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