Support the Olympia Free Herbal Clinic!
Enjoy live music by June Madrona and other artists over a three-course sit-down dinner featuring cob-oven pizza, locally grown produce and a variety of herbal treats, wild edibles salad, decadent desserts, wine and beverage bar, and raffle/silent auction. Vegan, meat, vegetarian, and gluten-free pizzas and more available!
Saturday, July 12, 5 to 9pm
Fertile Ground Community Center; 311 9th Ave SE (across from Olympia Timberland Library)
$10 to $20 Donation
The Olympia Free Herbal Clinic is an umbrella project of Done & Done 501(c)3. We're raising funds to open a free clinic at the Bread & Roses Advocacy Center during the summer of 2008. We hope to have walk-in hours one to two days per week. We'll offer education, personalized health consultations, botanical remedies and other supplies free of charge. We serve to empower anyone and everyone, regardless of financial or other circumstances, to take charge of their own health care.
Recently, the New Moon Cafe (113 4th Avenue W. Olympia) has decided to open up its doors to the night-time crowd. New employees, a new menu and a new atmosphere have been expertly implemented in to the nightside equation! So come check out the raucous and risotto - prices are reasonable, and the food is ever so delectable. in addition to these epic changes, they have recently received their liquor license, which will be in effect very soon. Come have a beer and a burger! Meddle with the Nighthawks!
oh....it's Vegetarian Friendly Too!
Nightside hours are:
Thursday - 6pm - 12am!
Friday - 6pm - 3am!
Saturday 6pm - 3am!
Personally, i recommend the Wild Mushroom Risotto. Hell yeah!
P.S. - The Menu is attached if you'd like to check it out!
Camp Quixote tent city for homeless folks celebrates first anniversary with dinner, raffle and silent auction: Please come and contribute toward basic needs, including bus passes, propane for heat and hot water, sanitation, etc. Dinner and auction at St. John’s Episcopal Church 19th/20th & Capitol Way. For info – or to donate items for the raffle or auction – call Randy 481-4794