- Winter Storm Warning In Effect Today
- Steamboat Plaza Re-Opens Today At New Location
- Common Ground Toledo Gathers Windfall At Camp Singing Wind Today
- Native Soil Farm Proprietor Studies Traditional Agrarian Methods Abroad
- Toledo High School Band & Choir Concert Tonight
Winter storm warning through 4 p.m. today, winter storm watch through 3 p.m. today in Lewis County. NOAA weather alert link updated every 2-3 minutes.
Steamboat Plaza says: We open at 7:30am (today), I will be there ready to serve your favorite drink. We have Pumpkin Pie and now have Peppermint Bark syrup, if that is your one of your favorites we have it. We now offer a variety of chips, Sun Chips and cookies plus still have biscotti and muffin tops. Our number is still (360)864-8282 if you would like to call ahead, and if we can, we might be able to deliver to you locally.
New coffee shop will be located in the Phillipps Insurance building at 408 Silver Street.
We will be be extending our open hours to 3:30, so we will be open Monday thru Friday 7:30 to 3:30 and 8 to 2 on Saturday.
I appreciate your continued patronage and look forward to seeing all of you in the new coffee shop.
From Common Ground Toledo, this invitation: Come prepared for cool Fall weather and bring your hand clippers and long-arm pruners to help us gather evergreens for WinterFest Toledo.
Evergreen Foraging At Camp Singing Wind
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
388 Salmon Creek Road, Toledo WA 98591
Common Ground Toledo every year create garlands and swags from donated greens what will adorn the city planters over the Christmas season and holidays. We will meet in front of the lodge at 11am.
Billie Washington of Toledo’s Native Soil Farm has been posting updates on her travels abroad, learning about All Things Agrarian in other cultures. She writes:
Went to visit Dr Shiva Vandana biodiversity farm in Dehradun today. The farm is mainly used to grow and save seeds. They are growing many types of rice, wheat and vegetables. They also grow several gingers and turmeric using only oxen to plow the fields. In the pictures the man is winnowing the grain of rice from the shaft. The seed is shared with community farmers to promote organic farming methods. Several of the volunteers were from the US, one from Sweden & 1 from Puerto Rico.
From the Toledo Community Library: There’s still time to order up a copy of November’s Read, The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom. Next Adult Page Turners 1:30 p.m. November 29.
Meets last Wednesday monthly.
Gallery 505 Artists Co-op open 1 - 5 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday. November theme: SPACE.
If you haven’t yet seen this diverse collection, you’re missing out on some unique gifts-giving ideas. From sci-fi (This Too Shall Collapse) to Treknology, Starship Enterprise replica (NOT a kit!), a stunning solar eclipse layered photo, canvas and denim, definitely something for everyone.
- Who: Toledo High School Students
- What: Band & Choir Concert
- When: 7 p.m. Wednesday November 15th
- Where: Toledo High School
- Open to the community, an evening of excellent music
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