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March 10, 2020: THIS PAGE IS A SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY AND BISD HAS NO INPUT OVER THE STATUS OF THE EVENTS. YOU ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO CHECK THE INDIVIDUAL ORGANIZATIONS'S WEBSITE FOR UPDATES ON EVENTS.
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SEA DISCOVERY CENTER SUMMER ONLINE LESSONS
SEA Discovery Center is offering summer online lessons for preschool through middle school students, and virtual aquarium tours and virtual low tide beach walks for folks of all ages. Each week features a new topic. Stay tuned for more information, and check their website www.wwu.edu/sea
VICTORY GARDENS 2020!
Spring through Fall 2020. Calling all home gardeners and pea-patchers! In the coming months many of our neighbors will be affected financially, impacting their ability to feed their families. The good news is that together we can take action now to help. Plant a Lot: Join Friends of the Farms in planting a Victory Garden this spring! Write firstname.lastname@example.org for tips on starting your own Victory Garden for your family and to share with others. Plant a Little: Are you putting in a garden this spring? Plant a little extra and donate it to the food bank at Helpline House! No Garden? No Problem! Here’s how you can bring home a Victory for our community: If you’re able, buy a little extra from your local farmer, farm stand, grocer, or CSA and donate to the food bank at Helpline House. Sign up for Friends of the Farms’ newsletter and you’ll hear about opportunities to help out at their Victory Garden. Make a donation to cover soil amendments, plant seeds and starts, tools, and people power for startup and maintenance of Friends of the Farms’ new Victory Garden. https://bainbridgeprepares.org/2020/03/25/victory-gardens-2020/
HELPLINE HOUSE'S BI PARKS & REC VOUCHERS
A number of vouchers are available for qualifying families who are enrolling their children in BI Parks & Rec programs. To learn more, contact Helpline House at 206-842-7621.
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