Saturday, March 29, 2008

April-May Updates

Back again to fill you in!

Wow, how cheesy can I get? ;o)

Any hoo...thought i'd update you all on some upcoming events both office related and community related for your calendars. Be sure to check this out if you have the time to commit.

April 2nd: Kick off of our Detox Bootcamp. If you wish to join last minute or you would like information for the next session please call 845-3280, email me at, or call and set up a meeting with me (Jennifer Campbell) to discuss the program details and more.

April 5th: The Wake Forest Farmer's Market will open for business!The Wake Forest Farmers’ Market will open Saturday, April 5, with a crush of vendors selling everything from porch furniture to cheese to rain barrels.
There will be strawberries from Vollmer Farm, the Friends of Wake Forest Library will be selling raffle tickets for a quilt, Paul Davis will provide the music and the children who were petting the baby rabbits and little chickens two weeks ago should be mesmerized by the observation bee hive Kiddliwink Apiary plans to bring.

April 7th-28th: Every Monday throughout this period will be the rest of the weekly meetings for the detox bootcamp. These meetings will serve as group support, progress tracking sessions, informational hours, and more. Please Email or call for more information.

April 8th: Shop at Whole Foods Market on Wade Avenue near downtown Raleigh Tuesday, April 8th, and 5% of their net sales for the day will be donated to Toxic Free NC.
Toxic Free NC advocates for alternatives to toxic pesticides by empowering people to make sound decisions about their health and environment.

April 18-28th: The Herbanites of Wake Forest will be hosting Herbfest 2008. This is an Herb festival in historic Wake Forest, N.C. featuring herbs and perennials for sale as well as entertainment, good foods, heritage plants and fun as a spring vacation destination. A lifestyle festival helping teach how to enjoy the moment as you go about your day to day life. Proceeds benefit the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment Fund, http:www//

April 19th-20th: 13th Annual Piedmont Farm Tour. Celebrate Earth Day by touring small farms in the triangle area. For $30 dollars per car you can be part of this 35 farm tour with your family and friends. Just Gather up your friends or family into a car, locate each farm on the maps inside and decide which route you want to take! If you volunteer you can attend the tour for free. For more information call CFSA at (919) 542-2402 or email

May 5th: CCW presents Brian Kramer L.Ac in Solving Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS), a "Learn It to Live It" Series Event. This one hour lecture (beginning at 6pm in the American Cancer Society Conference Room) will give you important information on treatment options for PMS through Oriental Medicine by helping you to identify the root cause and then discover how to eliminate it.

That's it for now folks, i'm working on another post for later on so stay posted!
Jen C

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