Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Bailey's Local Foods ordering now open for Monday March 4th pickup in Waterloo!

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Items that you have placed in your shopping cart will be ordered on your behalf on Tuesday, February 26th at 8:00pm.
There is no checkout button. If you do not intend to order, please ensure that your shopping cart is empty.

Upcoming dates:
Monday March 4th and 25th, April 15th. Our first Friday will be May 15th!

A message from Rachael:

Grass fed organic beef
Melissa from Vibrant Farms wants you to know that the beef she sell is both grass fed and organic! We know that this is important to many people! We are so lucky to be able to offer even more than organic as now people are looking for grass fed and GRASS FINISHED (no grain, no corn).

Traditional Foods AND Gumboot Gourmet specials:
From Gayl:

Spring is just around the corner. Are you thinking about Easter yet? For how many?! We have 8 pound nitrate free hams perfect for a large feast.
Our regular 3 or so pound hams are on special for $5.75/pound and our nitrate free hams are on special for $6.75/pound.

Get $5 OFF a Traditional Foods Treasure Box, a 10 lb box guaranteed to include some sausage, a beef steak and a ham steak.

Something to look for: We'll have a limited supply of whole rabbits on the order form shortly!

Pea shoots and sunflower shoots
Pete and Mary from Apple Creek Farms started pea shoot and sunflower shoots for us on Monday. They couldn't fill the last order as they had not started enough sprouts! There are limited amounts available, so order yours soon!

Some upcoming events:

What drives your community to action? In an event jointly hosted by TransitionKW, Social Planning Council KW, and Fair Vote KW, we invite you to discover the connections between economic inclusion and fairness, environmental stewardship, and electoral reform; discover the values that energize those who care about the environment, social justice and/or democratic renewal; and explore shared visions and principles, and articulate messages we can all use to strengthen our positions and lead to better outcomes for our initiatives.

This is a panel presentation followed by facilitated discovery session.
When: February 20, 7 PM
Where: First United Church, 16 William St. W, Waterloo
RSVP to Social Planning Council, TransitionKW: or Fair Vote Canada

Tools for Change Movie Night - showing “Fierce Light”
Come join us for inspired films and action-oriented discussions as we move the Transition initiative forward in KW!  Venue kindly provided by the REEP House for Sustainable Living.
About the movie: Fueled by the belief that "another world is possible," Fierce Light is a compelling, global journey into the world of spirit in action, an exploration of what Martin Luther King called "Love in Action," and Gandhi called "Soul Force"; what Ripper is calling "Fierce Light." Acclaimed filmmaker Velcrow Ripper takes an insightful look at change motivated by love, featuring interviews with spiritual activists Thich Nhat Hanh, Desmond Tutu,Daryl Hannah, Julia Butterfly Hill, and more.
Please note that seating is limited and our first Movie Night was fully booked.

When: Wednesday, February 27, 7-9pm
Where: REEP House for Sustainable Living, 20 Mill Street, Kitchener
RSVP: Registration is required - please go to to RSVP.

Off to tobogganing!
Maryrose and Rachael
Bailey's Local Foods

P.S. We can use your fruit boxes, baskets and jars from preserves again if you return them.

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