Monday, October 9, 2017

EAST VILLAGE to AVENUE B HARVEST

Keep the East Village Real
It's a website dedicated to protecting the boutiques, bodegas, shops and theaters that make our neighborhood unique by stopping the homogenizing onslaught of banks, fast food and chain stores.
(see links)
Two Survivors
1.
(Still open for business)
2.
(Elder tucked in for a read)
~*~

Saturday Garden Annual Harvest
Run entirely by residents of the Lower East Side/East Village. Most everything has been planted or built by garden volunteers of the past nearly four decades.
(Mindy Levokove, Founding Member)
Raffle tickets $1
(extraordinary prizes see link)
Bill Buchner and band played
Dahlias along the fence
Taller than me
Windsock
Plenty of Places to be alone
Ripe Fruit
Lambs Ears
Another Photographer
Almost Ready
The Sweetest Scent
Thin spider webbing woven with plant hairs
Dove Vignette
Hidden Mask
Clouds of White Florets
Astounding Foods
Pasta, grains and Bean salads, Bagels, Hot Dogs, Chicken, Veggie burgers, Juices and Teas, Condiments. An endless all day service to the community for free.
Beautiful Fence “the Wave” was built in 1997
Reluctant Departure
5PM

LINKS

"Keep the East Village Real"
http://ktevr.com/

Avenue B/6th Street Garden
http://newsite.6bgarden.org/

3 comments:

deemallon said...

Beautiful! so much variety and beauty and relaxed looking people, it is really hard to believe it's New York. I just love seeing where you've been!

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

would have loved to be there with you

Mo Crow said...

so good to see!