April 29, 2012
April 29, 2012
- Notes from the Editor
- Mac and Say "Cheese"!!
- Win 4 TIX to The Imagination Movers on May 19th
- WIN: 4 Gwinnett Braves Vouchers!
- WIN: 4 Tix to Jelly Beans & More with Miss Tara
- Win 2 TIX TO THE ATLANTA BABY AND CHILD EXPO
- WIN: Quiet Time EP by Miss Gail
- Camp Directory
- Getting Your Kids Started with Organized Sports
- Bridgeway Christian Academy Invitation
- Treetop Quest at Discover Mills!!
- McDaniel Farm Hosts Pioneer School Day
- Whistle Stop Farmers Market Opens Tuesday, May 1st
- May 5th is FREE Comic Book Day!!
- Adorable Adoptable
- Want a Garden but Don't Have the Room?
- Easy Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread
- Date Night and Girl's Night Out Events
- Vacation Bible Schools
- This Week's Calendar
- Teen Scene
- Plan Ahead
- Macaroni Kid's 2012 Preschool Directory is Here!
- Kids Eat Free (or Cheap!)
- Homeschoolers Only
- The Local Pros
- Children's Art in the Park May 5&6
- Remember, if you don't subscribe you can't win!!
- Want more Macaroni?
- Would YOU like to become a Macaroni Kid Publisher?
The Duluth History Museum has the solution!
Duluth Historical Society would like to invite you to plant a garden in our new Strickland House Community Garden. The boxes are made of natural ceder with no chemicals or wood preservative in them and the soil is a healthy mixture from Woody's Nursery, with mushroom compost. We also have natural compost donated by Sangrit Enterprises for our first few boxes. Our boxes are 4 x 4at $50.00 for the year and 4 x 8 for $100.00 for the year. We have a rain water collection system that will provide water and when necessary we will fill it for easy watering. There is open access and the area is entirely fenced. Mother Natures sunshine abounds in our lovely meadow. Our garden boxes will follow the natural terrain of the land and we have a natural water shed for the rain to feed the roots instead of all of it going into the city dry well. We are building as we grow. Come check us out. Click HERE for more information.
"Wow, that is some good looking dirt. Can't wait to get started, putting in the compost, planting my tomatoes. There's nothing that tastes so good as your own tomatoes, " says Diane Lynch.
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