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Fall Into Workshops with Citizens Committee
Saturday, September 15, 2012
10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
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Do it yourself--in the garden or on the computer--with our free, fall workshop series. We still have a few spaces left, so get in touch with us to reserve yours!
Our Do-It-Yourself Green Blocks workshops, sponsored by the National Grid Foundation, will equip you with the skills needed to improve your community garden and block.
Looking to promote your group's work online? Our DIY Technology workshops, sponsored by Verizon, will teach you how to cheaply and effectively use the technologies at your fingertips.
Snag your seat by registering today! The first workshop for the fall, Maximize Your Community Garden Harvest, is coming up this Saturday, September 15.
Please contact Wilfredo at email@example.com / 212-822-9568 to RSVP.
And check out our calendar to stay up to date!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 | 10:30am-1:30pm
CLASSON FUL-GATE BLOCK ASSOCIATION | CLINTON HILL
Maximize Your Community Garden Harvest
Pick up strategies and tips on growing food in a community garden.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 | 10:30am-3:30pm
WESTBROOK MEMORIAL GARDEN| CROWN HEIGHTS
Build a Greenhouse for Your Community Garden
Join us for a hands-on workshop that will lead you through building a basic greenhouse for your community garden.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 | 11am-1:30pm
D.I.Y. Social Media
Learn how to use online resources and social networking to support your community group's work. Learn how to set up a Facebook Page, start a Twitter account, and post a video on YouTube.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 | 11am-2pm
Build a Tree Guard
Learn how to build a tree guard from scratch. Join us to pick up the skills necessary to construct a sturdy, simple, and affordable wooden tree guard.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 | 11am-2pm
Pick up the skills you need to easily create a website from scratch using free Internet resources. Learn how to use a website to highlight your community group's work and engage people in your efforts. Knowledge of computer languages not required!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 | 11am-2pm
D.I.Y. Grassroots Marketing
Looking to promote your community group's work? Join us to learn how to develop and distribute your own marketing materials. Use free publishing tools to create engaging and well-designed flyers for your community group.
Citizens Committee for New York City works with a wide network of grassroots groups across the five boroughs. We support volunteer-led groups working in low-income neighborhoods and undertaking projects addressing issues that they identify as important to them.
Classon/Fulgate Block Association
474 Classon Ave, Brooklyn
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