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Allen Street Farmers Market News
Your monetary donations help us make Lansing's Eastside a wonderful place to live. Thank you for your support!
To donate items, please see our wish list. Some of the items we're looking for:
- Cocktail tables
- Feather flags that we can brand
- Black/brown folding chairs
- White folding tables
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We have our delicious Salad Mix, $10/pound (available in 1, 1/2, or 1/4 pound bags), and Cooking Greens (Rainbow Chard, Curly Kale, Dino Kale, and Collards), $5/pound (available in 1 or 1/2 pound bags).
Stop in to the Hunter Park GardenHouse, Monday-Friday 3:30-5:30pm, or Saturday 10am-12pm.
Please bring exact change, check (made payable to Allen Neighborhood Center), or exact change in Allen Street Farmers Market tokens ($1 EBT & $5 credit tokens).
On Friday, March 28, at 7 pm, at the Allen Market Place, the Historical Society of Greater Lansing and Allen Neighborhood Center will co-host a lively Panel of Historic and Contemporary Restaurateurs.
Valerie Marvin of HSGL will query panelists Ange Vlahakis (Jim’s Tiffany), Paul Grescowle (Emil’s), and Nick Gavriledes (Soupspoon) about the life of a Michigan Avenue Restaurateur. The Historic Lansing Eats Exhibit, containing beautiful photos, menus and artifacts from Lansing restaurants of the past, will be on display to give visitors an interesting look into the history of food production and consumption in Lansing. Tasty refreshments will, of course, be provided at this fun, free, food-focused event.
If you have questions or would like more information contact, Joan Nelson, Allen Neighborhood Center
Note: Allen Market Place, located on the north side of the1600 block of E. Kalamazoo, is accessed from the north parking lot
An Active Neighboring Cafe – hosted by ANC
Saturday, March 22, 2014 – 10:00am-12:00pm, inside Allen Market Place
In the aftermath of the recent double whammy of ice and snow-related outages, we are offering an opportunity to plan ahead. VVarious presenters (Ronda Oberlin of Lansing Emergency Management, Dave Muylle on Household Generators, Maria Brummel on Block Level Planning) will walk you through creation of a “household plan” (what you need and where you need it to be), as well as a plan for your block or neighborhood. Join us for bagels & coffee and feel better prepared for the next unanticipated weather event!
To RSVP, contact Maria: 999-3924, firstname.lastname@example.org
ANC offers an outstanding opportunity for students to increase their knowledge of community resources, view
social justice issues first-hand and hone their communication skills with a diverse population. We are happy to
offer credit/non-credit positions for student interns. Current internship opportunities at ANC include:
Allen Market Place Internships - Food Chatter Intern, Allen Street Farmers Market Operations Assistant, BreadBasket Intern, Allen Market Place Promotions Intern (click link for full posting)
ANC Communications Internship - The Communications intern will work alongside our Executive Director on Allen Neighborhood Center’s weekly e-bulletin (Active Neighboring News), the bi-monthly Eastside Neighbor print newsletter, website maintenance (www.allenneighborhoodcenter.org), and social media sites. (click link for full posting)
ANC Outreach Summer Internship - Enrollment and Walk-In Center, Neighborhood Canvassing (click link for full posting)
GardenHouse Internship Description-Summer 2014 - Serve as Hunter Park GardenHouse shift leader 2-3 times per week (guide-by-the-side with volunteers to plant, harvest, water, weed, etc., and engage with visitors). Document GardenHouse programs through social media (photos & updates). Work with the GardenHouse Director to develop and implement GardenHouse special projects (i.e. Fruit Tree Project, vermicomposting, composting, etc.). (click link for full posting)
Youth Programs Summer Internship Description – Serve as Hunter Park GardenHouse Youth Programs Interns who will work with the Youth Programs Coordinator to help facilitate lessons and activities, as well as with behind-the-scenes work (maintain attendance records, develop lesson plans, collaborate with other organizations on special events, update social media, etc.). Kid-loving, organized, reliable, enthusiastic, and motivated individuals are encouraged to apply. (click link for full posting)
ANC staff got to have lunch one last time with Katie Diehl of the Lansing Police Department today!
Many thanks for her work as the Community Police Officer in our neighborhood, and congratulations and best wishes for her new role and opportunities!