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Fwd: CCG Bird Watch and Food Festival Invitation

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: CCG Bird Watch and Food Festival Invitation
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 19:55:27 EDT

In a message dated 5/5/05 6:51:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time, jspahn@nyc.rr.com 
writes:

> Subj: CCG Bird Watch and Food Festival Invitation 
>  Date: 5/5/05 6:51:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time
>  From: jspahn@nyc.rr.com
>  To: jspahn@nyc.rr.com
>  Sent from the Internet 
> 
> 
> 
> Join Stephen Roylance and Nancy Severance on Mother's Day, May 8 at 8:00
> A.M. for the FIFTH ANNUAL CLINTON COMMUNITY GARDEN SPRING BIRD WALK!!  Bring
> binoculars or opera glasses and bird book if you have them.  If you don't
> have them, don't worry!  We'll all share.
> 
> You may be surprised at the birds in your own backyard.  62 species of birds
> have been seen in the garden. Warblers, grosbeaks, tanagers, vireos and
> more!  Anyone who wants to see more birds can join us on a trip to Central
> Park's Ramble, one of the country's hottest birding spots.  We will be
> travelling up to Central Park at about 9:00.   Wear walking shoes and bring
> a water bottle.  See you there!
> 
> Also, the next weekend is the 9th Avenue Food Festival and the Garden will
> once again have a table on the west side, just below 48th St. Please come by
> to say hellow and to see our splendid new t-shirts and mugs. If you have the
> time, we could also use help setting up, hawking the t-shirts and taking
> down the booth on both Saturday and Sunday. If you could spare an hour or
> two, please reply to this email or call Joshua at 212-541-5962.
> 
> Make the garden your garden!
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Join Stephen Roylance and Nancy Severance on Mother's Day, May 8 at 8:00
A.M. for the FIFTH ANNUAL CLINTON COMMUNITY GARDEN SPRING BIRD WALK!!  Bring
binoculars or opera glasses and bird book if you have them.  If you don't
have them, don't worry!  We'll all share.
 
You may be surprised at the birds in your own backyard.  62 species of birds
have been seen in the garden. Warblers, grosbeaks, tanagers, vireos and
more!  Anyone who wants to see more birds can join us on a trip to Central
Park's Ramble, one of the country's hottest birding spots.  We will be
travelling up to Central Park at about 9:00.   Wear walking shoes and bring
a water bottle.  See you there!

Also, the next weekend is the 9th Avenue Food Festival and the Garden will
once again have a table on the west side, just below 48th St. Please come by
to say hellow and to see our splendid new t-shirts and mugs. If you have the
time, we could also use help setting up, hawking the t-shirts and taking
down the booth on both Saturday and Sunday. If you could spare an hour or
two, please reply to this email or call Joshua at 212-541-5962.

Make the garden your garden!


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