Aloha Friends of Hawaii Sustainability –
The One Island Sustainable Living Center hosts periodic free community potlucks that will feature not only tasty foods but also thought provoking films, presentations, web sites, books, culinary lessons, dance, music or art = Potlucks with a Purpose that expand your horizons. If you don’t have time to cook, bring a natural healthy dessert or a $10 donation is welcome as your contribution.
Fruit Lovers Fest Potluck, October 27th
Community Harvest Gleaning Potluck, July 17th
Where does Kona’s Water Come From? June 26th
Film Night – Queen of the Sun – what are the bees really telling us? May 22nd
Farmer-to-Farmer potluck April 24th
13 Grandmothers and Spring Equinox, Tues. March 20th, 5-9pm
Raw Food Recipe Exchange and Film 5:30-8 Tues. Feb, 28th
Tues., Jan 24th, Music Night
Tues. Jan 10th, potluckand Botany of Desire film
2011 ARCHIVE of EVENTS
April 26th – Beyond Peak Oil and the international
Transition Town movement.
May 3rd topic – Farm Share – Reclaiming our Local Food System
May 10th – Film Night with Juliette of the Herbs
May 17th – Guitar Jam!
May 31st – Ecovillages Around the World and
introducing the Honaunau Now! Distributed Ecovillage
June 14th – Ancient Solstice Markers – Chichen Itza
June 21st – Ancient Solstice Markers – Chaco Canyon
June 28th – Honeybees – Supporting our local Pollinators
July 5th – Film Night – First Flower – with flower themed foods
July 13th – Solar Cooking
July 20th – CSA formation potluck
July 27th Film Night – End of the Line – where have all the fish gone?
August 3rd – Peace Corps Potluck
August 10th – Music Potluck – interns and WWOOFers welcome!
August 17th — Farmaggedon virtual tour and FOOD SHARE
August 24th – Thai Food and Game night
August 31st – Wellness Potluck
September 6th – Film Night – Dirt !
September 13th – Drumming Circle
September 27th – Caribbean International Night
October 4th – Reclaim teh American Dream
October 11th – Qi Gong Wellness night
October 18th – King Corn film night
October 25th – Mask making night
November 1st – Days of the Dead tamale making night – come early, 4-5 to prepare tamales
Film Night – Dec. 13th / Mark Twain Storytelling Dec. 29th
Future Potlucks with a Purpose gatherings will feature:
Recycling, Energy Efficiency, CFL light Bulb Exchanges,Global Mind Shift, Ecovillages, Alternative Currency, Wind Energy, Water Quality, Watershed Protection, Hawaiian Fishpond Restoration, Tropical Hardwood Restoration, Reclaiming our Local Food System, Water Quality Monitoring, Raw Foods, Aquaponics, Peace Corps service, Bicycle-powered
coffee processing and more!
Come expand your horizons – and contribute a dish to a great meal!