Brooklyn Community Garden Seed Starting Workshop and Garden Work Session March 9th

Brooklyn Community Garden
Seed Starting Workshop for Everyone
and
Garden Work Session
Saturday, March 9
at BCG–SE Franklin & McLoughlin

Seed Starting Especially for Kids
10 a.m. to Noon
Recommended ages 4 to 10 (approx.)
Seeds, soil, pots and instruction will be provided.
PLEASE RSVP via email with the number participants.

Seed Starting for Everyone
10 a.m. to Noon
Bring the *seeds you would like to start (and some to share).
Bring **seed starting soil (see below for details).
Labels and some pots will be available.
PLEASE RSVP via email with the number of participants.

*Be prepared to germinate the seeds you start indoors in a sunny window.

Garden Work Session
call for volunteers
10 to 2
All Plot Holders are strongly encouraged to attend.
Projects: pathway weeding & chip spreading, arbor installation, etc.
PLEASE RSVP via email.

Rain or shine. Dress for the weather. Bring garden gloves. Continue reading Brooklyn Community Garden Seed Starting Workshop and Garden Work Session March 9th

Powell Little League Player Assessments March 2nd

It’s never to late to try baseball or softball!

To help place kids in the right skill level, Powell Little League will do player assessments for kids ages 8-18 on Saturday, March 2nd. The event is at Abernathy Elementary School, 2421 SE Orange, one block north of Division and 13th Avenue. From 10 am until 1 pm players will have the chance to rotate through a number of stations. Each player should plan to spend 30 minutes at the assessment. Kids ages 8-9 are encouraged to come from 10-11:30 am, while players ages 10 or older should attend from 11:30-1 pm.

It’s not too late to register for Powell Little League. Powell is a recreation league where we welcome new players of all ages. Follow this link to register for T-Ball, Farm Baseball & Softball, Minors & Majors Baseball, and Minors, Majors, and Juniors Softball. Powell’s programs for girls and boys, ages 4 to 18. All kids play! Scholarships are available. You can also register on-site on the March 2nd player assessments.

League boundaries are roughly from Bybee Blvd to Burnside, and the Willamette River to Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. You may contact Player Agent Matt Duckworth at this link for specific questions about player eligibility or scholarships. Little League Baseball, Incorporated does not limit participation in its activities on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual preference or religious preference.

Contact: Cindi Carrell
Secretary,Powell Little League
503-232-0880
ccarrell@gmail.com

http://powelllittleleague.blogspot.com/