To get your weekend off to a start- a bad joke.
Why did Cinderella get kicked off the softball team?
She kept running away from the ball.
And this weekend:
Sat 22nd – Sun 23rd, Didsbury Dinners “Food Trail” event, in, well, Didsbury. During trail weekend there’ll be open doors and activities (including cookery demonstrations, apple harvesting, preserve making etc) at various sites, including the new community gardens and orchard. Local eateries will be joining in too – watch this space…
Didsbury Dinners’ team of twelve Volunteer Community Cookery Champions will be on hand to offer support throughout the weekend, so if you’d like a free cookery demonstration or workshop on site, just drop us a line to email@example.com
Didsbury Dinners can also help you out by supplying local, seasonal food from their community gardens for a nominal fee (simply give them a donation for however much you think it’s worth!). The idea of the trail is to bring the messages in Didsbury Dinners: The Low-Carbon Community Cookbook to life – to showcase the many great projects there are on our doorsteps, and encourage people to support local, seasonal food. More details here: http://www.didsburylife.com/news/712/didsbury-food-trail-22nd-and-23rd-september.html
Saturday 22, 7:00pm Jess Gold and the Animated Earth Concert Event for Manchester Peace Festival at Hulme Hall, Claremont Resource Centre, Rolls Crescent, Hulme M15 5FS. £8 (waged) £6 (conc). Family friendly and fully accessible. Tickets from 0161 273 8283 firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Green Machine presents Jess Gold’s Animated Earth Concert. Jess and her band will launch her album ‘Project Earth Rock’ by playing the first ever UK concert tour of unashamedly eco-focused songs performed with the intention of making people feel good. During the show Danny Fenster will bring to life audience offerings with the creation of a unique satirical cartoon.
If you know of otherweekend events that are about “climate” (and that includes food growing, or cycling or whatever), then let us know and we can include them in future “Something for the Weekend”s…
And if you know any jokes of the high standard we’ve used so far, please submit ‘em.