For many years now people have been growing indoor plants and sometimes have not succeeded. If you are one of the people who have struggled, then you may wish to consider indoor succulents. They are the easiest-to-care-for indoor plants and survive with minimal effort. The key to the plant’s survival is that they have adapted to dry indoor environments perfectly due to their thick stems, enlarged roots, and fleshy leaves. Because of these adaptations the plants can hold more water than usual, allowing them to survive longer in dry conditions. This is especially helpful during the winter when the humidity level in our homes is low.
Houseguests last summer arrived laden with gifts: home-made jams (they're jam junkies), books, fresh-picked fruit from a farm close to their Vermont home, and huge tins of homemade . . . um . . . crackers.
I have to admit, the last part left me a little less excited. Never really been a particularly keen cracker-eater. Always preferred my carbs in bread or cookie form, it must be said. Good scones, too.
But then we politely tasted the crackers. And of course, we should have known, because isn't homemade just always going to be better? Isn't that just the rule? These crackers were so delicious, and so packed with good-for-you stuff, it really was a revelation. And of course, I wanted to make them myself. And I wanted mine to be better than theirs. Of course.
Date: Saturday, August 2, 2014
Where: Historic Eastover Estate & Retreat
430 East Street, Lenox MA 01240
Price: Completely Free
A Spiritual Journey of Transformation
The Science of Spirituality invites you to attend an all-day retreat at the historic Eastover Retreat and Resort Center. Come and join us for a day of deep silence, inspirational workshops, Iyengar Yoga, organic cuisine and extended periods of meditation in a supportive community.
Dr. Vidich retreat facilitator, invites people to come and learn how each of us can tap into the everlasting fountain of love and joy within us. Participants will learn to enter into the silence — by ascending into the great fountain head of Light pouring down within us. Through a simple yet profound meditation technique each of us can begin this journey of transformation right now. Where comfortable clothing.
Located on 660 acres of pristine Berkshire hillside the Eastover Restate and Retreat offers a wide variety of exceptional facilities and services. Being at Eastover is an experience in itself, offering you a sense of peace and tranquility in a setting that is both intimate and expansive.
Contact Info; Andrew Vidich Ph.D at email@example.com,
Clare Vidich at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call for schedule details / registration: (718) 866-5259. For Directions go to www.eastover.com. Sponsored by Science of Spirituality. Under the Direction of Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj.
Trying to trim down for summer? Detoxifying environmental toxins is key to loosing weight.
Click here to read the April-May 2014 issue of Our BerkshireTimes Magazine! View as an online flipbook or as a PDF.
Avoid all fluoride in toothpaste, oral rinses / products, and water. Fluoride is a poison and a significant contributor to lowered IQ and a wide range of chronic inflammatory diseases, stomach problems, metabolic disorders, neurological diseases, thyroid problems, and cancer. Did you know that a single tube of bubble-gum flavored Colgate-for-Kids toothpaste contains enough fluoride to kill a small child? It simply does not make sense to try to strengthen (or so they claim) one part of the body by poisoning the rest of the body especially when there are safe methods that work more effectively. Is just "a little poison" OK for you and your family?
Poisonous Chemtrails Still Go Unnoticed By State Senator Warren
Weather forecasters call for a sunny day today in the Berkshires with scattered Chemtrails dulling down the sun’s rays! This should be the reported weather forecast today but no one seems to care or even take notice of this ever growing trend. A trend that is harmful to all life on this planet.
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Time: July 4, 2013 from 10:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Corner Moorland and Southwick Streets
Organized By: Bike North Berkshire, Northern Berkshire Transition, HooRWA
Biking in the Williamstown 4th of July Parade
A number of people from Bike North Berkshire are going to ride their bikes in the parade along with HooRWA (Hoosac River Watershed Association).
Some of them will be riding along with their kids on tandems, trailers, balance bikes, tricycles, training-wheels – even scooters are welcome. etc. It's not a long parade and there will be free hot dogs and treats following. Decorate your bikes if you wish, or not, no matter.
Meet up at 10:30 AM at the corner of Moorland and Southwick Streets in Williamstown.
So far it looks to be a sunny day for the 4th.
Please email Jay Walsh if you plan on attending so they can get a head count. email@example.com
Drop-In's Welcome the day of the event!! More the Merrier . . .