This recipe is from “The Complete Book of Raw Food”, a really awesome cookbook that I will bring to our next potluck for anyone who would like to learn about it. I also was thinking that perhaps at the next potluck we could try a sort of “ceremony” where we announce the food we brought and its ingredients, or tell a story about it, or suggest the best way to eat it, or something to honor the meal. What do you think?
You are currently browsing articles tagged Wassookeag.
Wassookeag students and parents took a trip to UMaine last Friday to learn about G.I.S., a program that displays and analyzes geographic information. Paul Smitherman (Lucia’s dad), is a researcher in the Spatial Information Science and Engineering Department and has been working on some exciting projects. Students were shown information on seals that wore tracking devices over extended periods.
Last Wednesday was a wonderful day of music! Some of us have been really excited about beat-boxing lately, so we started out with a simple “booms” and “clacks” and ended in full a acapella song. We then shared songs, including “Three LIttle Birds” by Bob Marley, and some traditional folk songs. But the day certainly would not have been complete without a full tilt percussion jam! What a day of rhythm and vibration.
Wassookeagers enjoyed making and eating pizza the week before Thanksgiving. Friends smoothed their own dough, and covered with toppings agreed on by all. The lesson to look in the stove before preheating was learned when the job of turning on the oven was performed, (there were a few cast-iron pans with wood handles hanging out in there -oops!) Thanks to a full house of cooperating community, this was fixed up fast and friendly.
Science teacher Tony Sohns will be teaching classes for homeschoolers at LongGreenHouse on Thursdays starting this week. Renowned for his work with Bangor’s Discovery Museum, Tony’s energy, knowledge, and interaction kids is outstanding, and we are lucky to have him involved with our community.
Tony will be teaching two sessions. The first 8 week session will run Dec. – Jan. and the second session will begin in March and run thru the end of the year.
In October Wassookeagers took a ferry to the Cranberry Islands to learn how its year-round settlers survived life far from mainland conveniences. Ranger Mike helped us learn how to navigate by stars and swap maple syrup for molasses with Caribbean traders.
Thanks Debby and Mike for a great trip!
More photos at the LongGreenHouse Flickr site.
This year Wassookeagers celebrated Halloween in a spooky yet surprisingly educational fashion.
In October Wassookeagers attended an opening of large-scale paintings by Angelo Ippolito, father of Wassookeag parent Jon Ippolito, at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor.
I have been writing a story about Warriors. Now for those of you who do not know what a Warrior is, I shall tell you! Warriors are powerful and vicious Clan cats. A Clan is a group of cats under their ancestors in StarClan. StarClan is where cats go when they die, but not to worry! The cats in StarClan sometimes send flashes of what might happen in the future to help with all the cats problems.
What: A multi-family yard sale to benefit Wassookeag Home School Co-op
Where: 5 Chapel St in Orono (off College Ave)
When: Friday October 10th from 12-5 and Saturday October 11th from 10-4
Furniture, appliances, clothes and much more.