GAPS: Gastronomical and Psychology System Healing Protocol Intensive Workshop
You will learn how to heal your gut and make fermented foods (kefir, yogurt, kim chi/sauerkraut), bone broths, and prepare grains, nuts and seeds. Class fee includes all materials, 6 meals, and lodging.
Johnny Appleseed Festival
Relive the history of the great logging boom era this weekend. The skills of old are the competitive events of today, and the same competitive spirit of the lumberjacks of yesteryear is still very much alive here at the Johnny Appleseed Festival.
October 14 at 9 AM – 4 PM
MARSHA VANDERVORT – HANDMADE CRAFTS
HEATHER REYNOLDS – PRIMITIVES
DORTHY BREWER – HANDMADE CROCHET
JAN KERR – HANDMADE CRAFTS
GINGER SANTELL – QUILTS & CROCHET
GEORGE WALKER – WOOD PENS AND GIFTS
ANNA PANGALLO – HANDMADE CROCHET
DAVE STROHM – HANDMADE WODD CARVINGS
SUSAN LARSON – HANDMADE CROCHET
PAULA SMITH – AVON & PAMPERED CHEF
JODIE LEAMER – STEEPED IN TEA
JIM SMITH – TURKEY CALLS
DORTHY SNELL – CROCHET AFGANS
JUDY SCHWAB – BOOK SIGNING NEW BOOK
MOLLY MOYER – SCENSY
PENNY REEDY – PAPARAZZI JEWELRY
MIKE LOPEZ – SEACRET MINERALS
Tour de Brookville
The second annual Tour de Brookville fall bicycle classic will be held Sat., Oct. 14 beginning at 9 am at Brookville’s Depot St. trailhead across from Giant Eagle off Route 36 South.
The tour, held during the peak of fall foliage season, will follow the same 35-mile route as last year’s inaugural event, with plenty of breaks planned. A sag wagon will follow and assist riders throughout the tour with energy bars, drinks and other supports.
Riders will pedal the Depot St. Trail, connect to the Redbank Trail and travel 7.5 miles to the Summerville trailhead. The tour then goes on the road using a combination of flat terrain, rolling hills, gentle climbs and exhilarating descents, visiting the areas of Mount Pleasant, Ohl, Stanton, Ramseytown and Belgiumtown before returning to Brookville at the trailhead. Those choosing not to ride the roads or do hills can stay on the Redbank Trail and head further west toward Heathville, if they choose, before heading back. All riders should be back to Brookville by noon.
There will be a post-ride celebration luncheon in downtown Brookville around noon or shortly after.
There is no cost or pre-registration necessary, however tax-deductible contributions to help toward future trail maintenance will be accepted, with checks made out to the Redbank Valley Trails Association, and collected during the luncheon.
For more information, email John Pozza at email@example.com. Otherwise, just show up at the Brookville trailhead, rain or shine, with your bike and helmet on Sat. Oct. 14 at 9 am.
The Weather Discovery Center
October 14 at 6 PM – 9 PM
Mark your calendars for an evening of crafted beers, live music and chili as we welcome back the Jukehouse Bombers to the 2nd Annual Chili, Blues & Brews!
This is an outdoor event, rain or shine!!!! Dress appropriately and bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the band from the lawn.
$15 in advance, available at Fusion Atelier (available Aug 22, 2017)
$20 at the door
If you would like to participate in the chili cookoff or as a craft brewer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org