Flawed magnolia cut and displayed as an object of desire. Created for a fund raiser for abused children. Verbal and physical abuse can scare for life. http://www.lauderdalecasa.org/
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In Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee is Long Hungry Creek Farm, home of the Barefoot Farmer. Using only biodynamic and organic practices, the farm produces high quality food using natural methods. The farm offers a CSA (community supported agriculture), Biodynamic conferences, internships and events devoted to learning and practicing these farming techniques.
Many of you know designer Natalie Chanin- who continues to amaze us with her ideas and skill. We are currently working on a project with her that encompasses food, design, fashion & everything Alabama Chanin is about.
An Alabama Studio Weekend Workshop will be held August 6th- 8th at the Factory. Gather to sew, eat, create and share.
We are thankful for The Betty Martin Memorial Earth Day Concert that featured musicians Jim and Inge Wood. The bluegrass sounded great in the studio. Southern Solar Systems of Huntsville spoke about solar energy. GAS is proud to celebrate with the community in part of the area’s Earth Day events.
October 3 – October 17
by Alabama Chanin
at GAS Design Center 109-A West 6th St, Tuscumbia Alabama 35674
for more information call 256.383.7183
Friday, October 10th 6:30 p.m. – Lecture on Design and Community by Natalie Chanin at GAS
Saturday, October 11th 4 -6 p.m. – Alabama Stitch Book Signing at Coldwater Books
Saturday, October 11th 6 -8 p.m. – Ceremony Reception at GAS
It was one of those weekends that you could smell Fall coming. It was windy, and the sun kept playing hide and seek. This was the last triathlon of the season for me, so I wanted it to be a perfect ending to a triathlon season. The wind blew the buoy’s so hard they came untied and where traveling faster than a speed boat to the other side of the lake. So with several hundred people chasing runaway buoy’s, they canceled the swim. We did have a good bike ride and run, and then on the way home Whole Foods fueled us back up.
Ready Made magazine’s garden challenge was the perfect encouragement that we needed to put in a rain barrel in our court yard. I picked up an old Jack Daniels barrel on my way back from a triathlon in Tennessee. Now we have healthy happy plants that are fed with whiskey charcoal infused rain water. The warm aroma a sweet whiskey came from the barrel as we drilled the whole for the spicket.