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Join us tomorrow at the Sol Garden for a Free Workshop!

Hello UNIBUG volunteers and fans (or whatever else you want to call yourself today). We’re back, and our new website will be getting a lot more care and attention than the old!

We’ve moved hosts, so some minor bugs persist – expect things to be changed and tweaked around for a bit. We’ll get it where we want it eventually. In the meantime, check back often and see how it goes. Comments, suggestions or anything else are welcome. Send us an e-mail or get us on Facebook.

To start us up, we’d like to put out that there are still spaces open for tomorrow’s free Compost Workshop! Details and RSVP can be found here. We’ve got plenty of space and our lead is a veritable compost guru who also works with Stanley Park Ecology. Don’t miss out! We hope to see you there, at at more of our upcoming talks, events, and programs. Keep buzzing along.

 

Cheers – the whole UNIBUG team

 

 

More Workshops at the Sol Garden!

Hello everyone! We’re very happy to announce two workshops coming up in the beginning of December. Do you need a creative gift for friends or family? Do you want to learn about food preservation or how to make a creative card or gift tag that won’t end up in the recycling bin? These workshops are perfect for you.

Please RSVP if you’d like to attend either workshop – spaces are capped at 20 people per workshop. We’ll reply by e-mail to confirm your place. You can contact us by the regular means (iue @ douglascollege.ca, or phone and leave us a message).

Both workshops will be held at the David Lam Campus of Douglas College in Coquitlam.

December 3rd, 6:00 – 7:30 PM: Making Sauerkraut

December 10th, 6:00 – 7:30 PM: Making Seed Paper

Where: Both in Room B2050

We need some information to register you for the workshops. Please email with…
Number of People Attending:

Name(s) of Attendees:

E-mail and/or Phone Number:

* For the December 3rd workshop, you will need to bring an empty, clean mason jar and lid for each person attending.

* For the December 10th workshop, we recommend bringing a bag to carry home your slightly damp seed paper.

Not sure where to go? The Coquitlam Campus Map will help you find the room!
Please note: Parking on and near campus is pay parking. Please plan appropriately!