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FW: More Gardens! Vote for Gardens! More Peas!

  • Subject: [cg] FW: More Gardens! Vote for Gardens! More Peas!
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 10:03:31 -0400

Friends,
 
To know Aresh & More Gardens! is to love them.
 
It is simply not a garden demonstration without him in his pea suit ( not a pea jacket - a costume suit that makes him look like a large smiling pea pod) and his cohort of garden activist folks in flower suits, banners, doing the grass roots work of  NYC garden political organizing.
 
These are no fading flowers either: the colors they wear don't fade, especially in the face of several police arrests and arraignments. A charming group of people, More Gardens! has a great deal of intestinal fortitude and staying power.
 
A key player in Earth Celebrations  for many years  http://www.earthcelebrations.com/ , Aresh was instrumental in the community garden referendum drive ( close to 25,000 signatures, unfortunately not enough to get the item on the ballot this year, but really impressive) and has been running this pre-election community garden caravan thorough all five boroughs.
 
We loved having him as an integral part of the Clinton Community Garden Parks 2001/Green Thumb Summer Solstice Celebration last June and the Parks 2001 Union Square rally on September 8th ( the Saturday before the WTC terrorist attack.) Their banners are the best, and their costumes draw smiles from the toughest cops and lift all of our hearts. Aresh is a great coalition member as well as a master puppeteer ( apologies to all, in advance,  whom in recent days have put a halo around Mr. Giuliani's head - Aresh's hilarious Rudy , the community garden hating puppet ,needs to be seen to be believed.)
 
The attached is Aresh's latest missive:
 
-----Original Message-----
From: aresh [mailto:aresh@moregardens.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2001 1:29 PM
Subject: More Gardens! Vote for Gardens! More Peas!

Thank you for the amazing generosity love and joy that we shared
in the Ten Eyck Garden,  Sunshine Community Garden, Green Dome Community Garden, and La Plaza (LES).
More Thanks to all the the amazing organizers.
Thank you all the children who blessed the caravan and all the puppets.
 
 

The More Homes & Gardens Bugcycle Caravan! Vote for Gardens!

Vote for Gardens!
The Caravan's individual persons will put out their voice to get voters out there to vote for the Gardens!
Thursday October 11th
Call  cell phone (646) 591-8076 to join us, bring a bike!
Locations: voting areas mostly in the East and West Village.

 Bread and Puppet show, More Peas!
       When: Saturday October 13th 12 noon
       Where: Washington Square park
            Directions : West 4th Street Stop

Lower East Side Morning Garden Tour
Sunday October 14th 10am
Where: 79 Clinton Street corner of Rivington Manhattan right of the Williamsburg Bridge. Delancey and Essex Subway Stop.

Harlem, Project Harmony Community Garden Visit and 'Birds of Peace' Puppet Making
Sunday October 14th 1pm
Where: 219 W. 122nd Street. 125th subway station.
 

What you can do:
       Call 212-533 8019 to join us
       Join us with bikes or rollerblades for any or all of the caravan days.
 
 

1 -  More Gardens! Meeting - This Week New Location -Tuesday Oct 16th 7pm
Charas El Bohio Community Center, Room 114th
Directions: 605 E. 9th Street between Aves B & C.
F Train to the 2nd Avenue stop or L train to 1st Avenue stop
What: Political and Active solutions to make More Gardens, starting by preserving all Community Gardens!
When: 7pm Sharp! Every Tuesday
 

2 - Here's what you can do: Vote Gardens! In the Runoffs! October 11th! Call and join the Caravan for that day!

I-  Get Your Elected Officials and Candidates to:
              Write a Definitive Plan for Creating More Green Spaces,
              Making All Community Gardens Permanent .

II- Sign on to the More Green Space! Endorsement Letter
             Call 212 533 8019 or Goto voteforgardens.org

III- Stay United And Strong. No back room deals! All Gardens Permanent!
              NYC Needs More Green Space!

IV- Join the Garden Caravan - Call to help Organize 212 533 8019

V - Come to  More Gardens! Meeting
 

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