Join us at Pringle Creek Community for an afternoon of food, family, fun and... foraging! Discover edible plants available locally with an expert foraging guide, taste what you can find foraging in the Willamette Valley, and connect with organizations interested in sustainable practices. We’ll have information on food preservation, art activities for the kids, and more. Come and enjoy all the fun!
Join us on the beautiful grounds of Pringle Creek Community for an afternoon of food, family, fun and... foraging! Learn about some of the edible plants that grow wild in our area—and even taste a few along the way—during an expert-led forage walk. Local vendors will also be on hand with samples of tasty foods and products created using fresh and locally harvested ingredients, as well as some delicious local items for sale. We’ll have information on food preservation, art activities for the kids, and more. Come and enjoy all the fun!
What should we look for during a solar eclipse? How do eclipses effect the plants and animals around us? How do we view an eclipse safely? Have your questions answered and learn how to make the most of the Solar Eclipse taking place on August 21st, with a presentation by Jed Rembold Ph.D, professor of physics at Willamette University! This hour long presentation and Q&A session will teach you everything that you need to know about this rare natural phenomenon. The first 20 people will also get free eclipse glasses!
Admission is free but we suggest a donation to help us continue putting on events!
The presentation takes place on August 7th from 6:00pm-7:00pm in Painter's Hall at Pringle Creek Community 3911 Village Center Drive SE, Salem, OR 97302
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