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Anything exciting in the eco area this week?  RSS feed

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Everyone's been a little quiet and I've developed a habit of checking this site a couple times a day to schedule fun events for the family.  Anything interesting this week I might not know about?  It seems like 1/2 the people I know are getting ready for "hibernation" mode as I call it.  They pretty much stock up on high fat junk food and prepare for winter (whether it actually gets cold or not haha).
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I'm not sure if it's totally ECO, but the organic winery in Rattlesnake (Ten Spoon) is having their annual harvest party this weekend.

(From the website at http://www.tenspoon.com

Harvest Alert!
Oct. 14, 15, 16

Come help us with our bountiful harvest! Join us for an hour, a day, or all three to help pick and celebrate. Lunch, snacks, brews, and wine provided. Don't forget to bring your scissors or pruners! Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9am-5pm (starting 10am on Saturday)

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