Peaceful, light-filled, garden view, 10×11 room is available in my two bedroom, healthy home.
Shared full bath in the main house, half bath and laundry area in the family room a short way across the garden.
Piano in the living room.
Safe, quiet, walkable neighborhood.
Close to both Kensington Circle and Solano shops, busline…and our wonderful Edible Landscape Garden at Memorial Park. 🙂)
Rent=$750 including utilities.
Month to month (2 minimum), or 6 month rental.
A week after Earth Day, 2014, join us for a major screening of the 2012 documentary Arise, described by Huffington Post as “transformative,” and by the New York Times as a “genuinely felt letter to the world.” While many films about the state of the planet leave one feeling depressed, the film makers have made this an experience that will uplift you and inspire action!
Transition Albany and Transition Berkeley are screening Arise
for one night only as a benefit for our local heroes, Planting Justice
Tickets can be purchased from the Albany Twin Theater box office (and online
) for $10 ($8 for seniors and students).
Come a little early to hear EthnoFusyon Muzik by Mahal with Evelie Delfino, Mama Sue, Jed Såles, and to assure a good seat!
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In this class, we will talk about Homeopathic Prophylaxis (HP) as a safe way to “educate” our immune system.
So what is Homeoprophylaxis?
It is the use of homeopathic medicines to protect the individual from a certain disease or affliction. In this class, we will focus on the use of HP to prevent infectious disease. Especially childhood infectious diseases. We will talk about the work of Free and Healthy Children International (FHCI). To read about the work they do, go here. FCHI is a non-profit dedicated to research, education and access to HP.
OK, so you’re thinking: Does California (or any state for that matter) consider enrollment in FCHI’s homeoprophylaxis program as meeting state mandated requirements for immunization?
Here’s a review
The TV Network Showtime is starting a series on Climate Change that is best watched with others. It premiers on Saturday at 7 pm, but through 350.org we are able to show it at 2 pm (because that’s when the library room is free). We will follow it with discussion and/or a taped panel discussion
After watching the first episode (60 minutes) you’ll know how Twinkies, the civil war in Syria, and devastating unemployment in Plainsview, TX, are connected.
Below are the notes we took during the discussion. the Episode 1 is avialble for watching at http://350.org/watch-years/
We’ve added a new feature to the Transition Albany website: email notification of Posts and Events. Now you can keep up with new material without having to worry about remembering to check the website.
Subscribing to email notification is simple. Below the “Upcoming Events” section on the right side of the Home Page you’ll see a box that appears as follows: (more…)