Sayge Carroll will host the third annual Harvest Feast. She will transform her backyard into a gathering place for food, neighbors, music, and a chef-driven meal featuring food from her neighbors’ gardens. Sayge will create the pottery for people to eat on and then gift them to people to take home.
Esther Ouray’s project, “There is so Much Trouble in the World: Kinehora (Yiddish for No Evil Eye)”, involved Esther inviting her neighbors to a gathering with a fresh bouquet of flowers. At the gathering pots for flowers were painted with the greeting Hello, inviting neighbors to get to know each other as a way to […]
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