WOW, what a summah day! Make sure you, your kids, pets and plants are drinking plenty of cold water–and eat watermelon, of course!
Watermelon Wednesday highlights healthy-living events in Maine. We are happy to include events in your area if you let us know at email@example.com.
Tomorrow, Thursday June 21st, is TRACTOR DAY at Pineland (15 Farm View Drive, New Gloucester, (207) 688-4800 www.Pinelandfarms.org). Kids love learning about all of the different tractors and machines used on the farm and seeing them up-close! Visit the newly renovated market for fresh produce including right-off-the-vine strawberries! $5.00/per person
On Saturday, June 23rd, is the 8th annual Portland Vegetarian Food Festival sponsored by the Maine Animal Coalition (East End School, North Street, Portland. 11-3 http://www.maineanimalcoalition.org/vegetarian-food-festival). Some of the amazing presenters include: Maria Giurcan who speaks on “How to Travel the World as a Vegan at 11:30; Meg Wolff on “Kicking the Sugar Habit at 12:30 and our own Elizabeth Fraser on Sprouting at 1:30, plus many others. There will be music, lunch for sale and dozens of vendors. It is always a RAWkin’ time!
Kids Gone Raw will be teaming up with Dunk the Junk (http://www.dunkthejunk.org/) on Saturday June 23rd at the grand opening of the Black Point Surf Shop in Scarborough (134 Black Point Rd, Scarborough (207) 939-6016, http://www.facebook.com/BlackpointSurfshop). We will be giving out sample of green smoothies and selling our new flavors of kale chips–Almond Buttah, Coconut Curry and Sour Cream and Onion. RAWsome!!
Elizabeth will also be selling Kids Gone RAW kale chips, RAWkin’ Rolls and gRAWnola at her art studio (81 Congress St, Portland) from 10-4 on Sunday during the Open Studio Tour–her art is RAWsome, too!