Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 23

2nd Saturday coming up on July 13th!

Registration begins at 8:15 am and the event begins at 9 am. The starting location is in front of the Grinnell High School at Sunset Street and 8th Avenue. $5 for adults age 19 and up, free for youth under 18. Registration for the season is included with Imagine Grinnell membership. 2nd Saturdays is a monthly …

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May 23

May 25th: Community Garden workshop on succession planting

On Saturday, May 25th, there will be a workshop, Get the most of your harvest: Succession planting, at the Community Garden from 10:30 am — noon. Location: James Miller Park (Lake Nyanza), High Street entrance Community garden workshops combine learning and hands-on demonstration to showcase different gardening techniques and styles. This workshop is free of …

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May 23

Summer 2013 Youth Bike Camp

What? A fun and safe opportunity for youth to learn about road safety and bike mechanics! Lesson topics: Learning bike parts and basic mechanics, changing a flat tire, using brakes and gears efficiently, adjusting the fit of a helmet and seat, recognizing traffic signs, and discussing right of way, intersections, crashes, and road conditions There will be …

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May 23

First Annual Little Bear Creek Clean Up

Come and enjoy some clean up fun at Jaycees Park! Organized by Imagine Grinnell and Poweshiek County Soil & Water Conservation District When: Saturday, June 15, 2013 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. (Rain Date June 22) Where: Jaycees Park, 720 Summer Street, Grinnell IA 50112 Check-in and parking: Jaycees Park at the pavilion (park along …

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May 20

New Grinnell Community Garden blog!

Check out our new Grinnell Community Garden blog here!  It has updates, pictures, and info on our Community Garden.

May 06

Solar Panel Incentives for Businesses

Dear Business members, At Imagine Grinnell, energy efficiency and renewable energy is near to our hearts.  We believe that there are countless positive effects of using less fossil fuel on both our local community and the larger world. With the continuously increasing demand for electric energy, the significantly high price of oil and the growing …

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