Jul
26
Jul
26
Tuesdays at 21%u2013 Designing Your Public Community Space

Start
Tuesday July 26, 2016, 7:00 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acrestuesdaysat2107262016.eventbrite.com

Event details
21 Acres is an education hub for inspiring action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat, and live sustainably. What types of infrastructure, activities, or ideas would you like to see developed in a natural space, open for the use and enjoyment for the public? Join us for the presentation of a design proposal intended to spark the conversation around developing a community hub and what it could look like. All participants receive 10% off Farm Market purchases the week following the Tuesday at 21 event.
Jul
28
Jul
28
21 Acres: Historical Dessert, Celebrating the Bounty of Summer Berries

Start
Thursday July 28, 2016, 6:30 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acresberries07282016.eventbrite.com

Event details
What's the difference between fruit cobblers, buckles, and grunts? Join historical food expert and culinary instructor Rebecca Sornson in this hands-on class to learn how to turn the bounty of summer berries into delicious heritage desserts. These rustic treats can be extra special and very beautiful quite easily. Come learn how! We'll round out our evening savoring three seasonal desserts and enjoy a discussion on the historical relevance of each delicious dish.
Jul
28
Jul
28
21 Acres: Composting 101%u2013The Basics

Start
Thursday July 28, 2016, 6:30 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acrescompostbasics07282016.eventbrite.com

Event details
This is an introductory class aimed at giving you the tools and understanding necessary to compost at home successfully. The class will start by going over the basic science of how and why composting works, and provide you with an understanding of what is happening in your own compost. The class will also briefly discuss some of the most common styles and techniques of composting systems (batch vs. continuous composting, piles vs. tumblers, turning vs. not turning your compost), their strengths and weaknesses, and how they all rely on the same basic principles. Class fee is $30; to register visit https://21acrescompostbasics07282016.eventbrite.com.
Jul
31
Jul
31
Streamkeepers Volunteer Training Day 4.

Start
Sunday July 31, 2016, 8:00 am
Location
Clallam County Courthouse , 223 E. 4th St. , Port Angeles , Washington
Event Sponsor
Clallam County Road Dept.
Event Web Link
http://www.clallam.net/SK

Event details
Come join Streamkeepers of Clallam County! At our annual induction/training, we'll teach you everything you know to get you started. Then you'll join one or more volunteer teams with experienced volunteers and work on gathering, recording, and analyzing data relevant to the protection and restoration of our watersheds.
Aug
04
Aug
04
21 Acres: Composting 201–Troubleshooting

Start
Thursday August 4, 2016, 6:30 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acrescomposttrouble08042016.eventbrite.com

Event details
This is a class for anyone who has ever tried composting and run into problems. We will start out by going over the fundamentals of how compost works and use that understanding as a way to troubleshoot the problems people often run into. We will spend much of the class going over the most common problems people run into with their compost systems, why they happen, and how to fix and avoid them. Bring your list of past problems, issues, questions, or concerns and we’ll make a list and address each of them. We will go over their likely causes, what can be done to fix them right now, and how to avoid them in the future.
Aug
11
Aug
11
21 Acres: Zucchini Dreams

Start
Thursday August 11, 2016, 6:30 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acreszucchini08112016.eventbrite.com

Event details
It’s mid-August, which means zucchini extravaganza in the Northwest! What to do with this abundance, including the giant ones that no one seems to want? We’ll show you: Join the ever-creative culinary instructor Rebecca Sornson in this hands-on culinary class as she teaches you how to turn the most abundant of summer vegetables into delicious and innovative dishes including leek and zucchini galette, zucchini fritters with yogurt, and a raw zucchini salad. Come hungry, leave inspired with ideas for all-things zucchini! We’re sure you’ll never say no to cooking with a 10-pound zucchini again.
Aug
23
Aug
23
Tuesdays at 21– Bird Friendly Communities

Start
Tuesday August 23, 2016, 7:00 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acrestuesdaysat2108232016.eventbrite.com

Event details
Come learn about Bird Friendly Communities, a nationwide campaign to restore and protect wildlife habitat in order to maintain biodiversity for future generations. Learn about simple steps you can take in your own backyard to attract birds and ways to get involved in the community to assist with practices that support sustainability in parks and open spaces. Join us in restoring and protecting natural ecosystems, providing essential wildlife habitat and making the community better for birds, and for people.
Aug
25
Aug
25
21 Acres: Cultural Classics- Chutney, The Ultimate Flavor Enhancer

Start
Thursday August 25, 2016, 6:30 pm
Location
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living , 13701 NE 171st St , Woodinville , King County
Event Sponsor
21 Acres
Event Web Link
https://21acreschutney08252016.eventbrite.com

Event details
Inspire your senses in this hands-on class with Chef Shelby Minnick of Honest to Goodness. She'll guide you through the nuances of building flavor with savory, sweet and spicy chutneys made with local and seasonal ingredients. Learn how to take dull weekday meals to a whole new level by incorporating these flavorful condiments to your common household meals ranging from pork or chicken to vegetarian dishes. The evening's menu will include three different chutneys, as well as buckwheat, lentil, or chickpea pancakes.
Sep
10
Sep
10
Skagit River Salmon Festival

Start
Saturday September 10, 2016, 10:00 am
Location
Waterfront Park at Swinomish Lodge , 12885 Casino Drive , Anacortes , Skagit County
Event Sponsor
Skagit River Salmon Festival
Event Web Link
http://skagitriverfest.org/

Event details
Join us for SPAWNtaneous fun as we celebrate the Skagit River and return of the salmon. Located at the Swinomish Casino & Lodge’s Waterfront Park in Anacortes, this grassy park with snowcapped Mount Baker towering in the distance creates an amazing setting to spend the day. The Festival features youth activities, local artisans, recreational and educational booths, live music, great food, raptor shows and much more. It's a terrific lineup of activities and entertainment you won’t want to miss, with something for every interest—young or old.