The January/February 2012 issue of The Town Crier is now live at towncrier.civanoneighbors.com. This issue features a story on the Year of the Dragon by Judyth Willis, neighbor profile of Nancy and Bob Daliege and their three Shelties by Ardi C. Whalen, happy hour reviews of The Abbey and North by Rich and Ann Bates, an update on the Civano Micro Yachting Association (now called the Pima Model Yacht Club) by Jerry Walker, a story on Civano’s Aging in Community (a neighbors care alliance) by Sharlene Gillette, the 2012 LAVA Music spring concert series, a review of Civano’s successful holiday fair by Linda Green, Rich and Ann Bates’ “He Said, She Said” movie reviews of Hugo and more, and FYI: Out and About in Civano and Tucson, with lots of updates, events, and questions for readers. Read the full issue
Join neighbor and author Simmons Buntin for a slideshow and presentation on “How the Other One-Half Percent Live: Sustainable Communities Not Called Civano.” Simmons will talk about the principles of sustainability as they relate to community design and interaction, drawing on a dozen North American examples from projects highlighted in his forthcoming UnSprawl book. The presentation will occur at the Civano Neighbors annual meeting, Thursday, January 19th, 7 p.m., at Civano Middle School. Check the calendar for details.
Organic produce is now available at Civano Community School! Sleeping Frog Farms and Civano Community School have teamed up for Community Supported Agriculture. For $25 per week, you will get: Farm-selected fruits, veggies, and eggs All organic and local directly to you (pickup at Civano Community School) Weekly newsletter and recipes Spring Session: March 28 – May 23 Sign up by Tuesday, January 31st. Contact Michele Macias at firstname.lastname@example.org.