The Week in Windsor: February 17-24
Have some old school fun with the Windsor Historical Society. The Society is hosting its 4th Annual Polenta dinner benefitstarting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. There will be a silent auction before dinner and lots of raffle prizes given away throughout the evening. A complete dinner, including wine and dessert, can be purchased for $25. This event will be held at Windsor Community Center, 901 Adele Dr.. For tickets and more information call Windsor Historical Society at 838-6152 or 838-4563.
FREE FOOD is now available each Tuesday from 9:00am till noon at the Windsor Presbyterian Church, located at 251 Windsor River Road. In cooperation with “Blessings Food Ministries“, Windsor Presbyterian Church, located nead the Windsor Town Green, will now be a distribution site for free food. Blessings Food Ministires has been able to expand their reach up to the Windsor community by adding the Windsor Presbyterian church location because of a generous grant from the Presbytery of the Redwoods’ “Hunger Task Group”. There is no registration or requirements to be met to participate in the program. For more information on the program, provide financial support or to become a business sponsor, please contact Windsor Presbyterian Church at 838-1566.
Help out the local community and consider joining the Windsor Lions Club. The Lions Club and its members have been around since 1917. The local group meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Windsor Community Center, 901 Adele Road (behind Safeway). For more information or to become a Lions Club member, visit be-a-lion.org or call 838-4631.
Interested in capturing the rain and reusing greywater around your home ? Come see how your neighbors are helping their gardens thrive while capturing more and using less. Christopher Peck and Daily Acts, a non-profit organization, will be hosting the event at his home. Christopher will be showcasing his nearly twenty years experience in teaching and practicing permaculture. This event will show you two affordable and easy-to-install systems at your home to help save money and make your grass lush and green. Free to Windsor residents, $25 to non-residents, this event will be from 10a.m.-4p.m. on Saturday, February 23. Register on-line at www.dailyacts.org or call 789-9664.
This and every Monday night includes another fun night of bingo at the Mary Agatha Furth Center, 8400 Old Redwood Highway. Doors open at 4 p.m., with the first numbers called at 6 p.m. Hot dogs, sandwiches and other food and drink will be served. For more info, call 837-7620 or visit www.furthcenter.com .
Learn how to paint and emboss your own unique piece of Filigree jewelry. Ubeadquitous will be hosting three classes this week on how to make a unique piece of filigree. Visit Ubeadquitous at 9111 Windsor road, on-line at www.ubeadquitous.com or call 838-3953 to reserve your spot. The cost is $18 per class and are held on Wednesday from 10a.m.-12p.m and 6p.m.-8p.m. or Saturday from 1:30p.m.- 3:30p.m..
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