Make Your Own Citrus Cleaner

Wampum Lake Park

Route 35 at West Street
Eatontown, NJ 07724

Transition Monmouth Summer Reskilling Series What's Reskilling? It's about learning how to make/grow/fix instead of buy/throw out, a key part of building resilient communities and reducing our carbon footprint. And it's a great opportunity to meet others who value sustainability. June 30: Learn to prepare homemade citrus cleaner with Diane Burke and Lois Blake. Those orange peels have a use! Bring wide-mouthed container for taking home a sample. July 7: None scheduled but Transition info table will be there July 14: Mushroom cultivation with Sean Walsh and Steve Letkowski. Have some branches laying around? Bring 'em. And/or save up your coffee grounds for a week or two. July 21: Textile repair with Doris Lin. Other sewers, crocheters and knitters who want to demonstrate their craft also welcome. Feel free to bring clothes in need of repair. Questions: email Visit Us at Transition info table to hear about other Transition Monmouth initiatives, such as timebanking and a seed library; there will be kids' activities too! More on reskilling- More on Transition Monmouth- Hours: 11-3. Free (donations accepted). Location: Eatontown Farmers' Market in Wampum Park, Rt.35 and West Street, Eatontown. Sponsored by iDeserve Studio, Eatontown. Questions or to participate:, 312-388-2011 Conservation note: There is a bus running all day, every hour between Asbury Park and Red Bank: Wampum Park is located on Route 35, the bus goes right by! Call 312-388-2011 or email if you have questions about catching the bus. Yes- it does take longer, but you can catch up on your reading, or enjoy the scenery... And Red Bank and Asbury both have train stations as well, which the buses leave from- expanding travel options even further. Use this page to find out the schedule for the station nearest you:

Sunday - June 30, 2013

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Sarah Klepner

Phone: 312-388-2011
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