March 9, 2012. The March 13 meeting of Green Drinks Boone will focus on the Watauga County Farmers’ Market and the Daniel Boone Park. With an increased interest on access to local food production and the expanded use of green space this event will include short presentations from folks associated with both the Farmers’ Market and the Daniel Boone Park. This will be an excellent way to learn more about Vision Plan Public Meeting that the Daniel Boone Park is hosting on March 19th. The goal of their planning project is to create a bold, but attainableconceptual vision plan that will preserve and recreate new opportunities for the Park and others like the Farmers’ Market. Join us for an interesting evening of socializing and discussion of one of our areas most unique assets.
The Tuesday evening event will be from 5:30 to 7:30 at Pepper’s Restaurant, located in the Shops at Shadowline in Boone.
Green Drinks Boone is an informal social networking organization that hosts monthly events for anyone interested in “green” activities in the High Country. It’s a great way to catch up with local people involved in “green” services and make new “green” contacts. Green Drinks Boone is among 15 other North Carolina communities and 825 cities worldwide that host monthly gatherings of sustainably-minded people who meet to informally discuss green business, green services and green activities.
Green Drinks Boone gatherings are free and open to the public. Participants cover their own cost of beverages and food. The slogan of the International Green Drinks organization is “Saving the World One Sip at a Time.”
Green Drinks offers a great way of catching up with people you know and making new contacts. Everyone invites someone else along so the crowd is always different, making Green Drinks a fluid, self- organizing network. These events are simple and unstructured with a lot of positive benefits.
Green Drinks Boone meets on the second Tuesday of the month and they invite interested people to join them on FACEBOOK at Green Drinks Boone to receive future updates. Join the group on Tuesday, March 13th at Pepper’s Restaurant from 5:30 to 7:30 to learn more about the Watauga County Farmers’ Market and the Daniel Boone Park. There will door prizes and time set aside for announcements about other green activities and events in the High Country.