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Levanah: A Monthly Gathering for Women & Girls at Urban Adamash!




Levanah         
A Monthly Gathering for Women & Girls

Calling all women and girls, mothers, daughters, grandmothers, sisters, aunties, and friends to join us for the next monthly moon gathering at Urban Adamah!
Tamuz Levanah Circle

 Tuesday, June 11th
5:30 - 7:30 pm
at Urban Adamah  

Join us under the new moon of Tamuz, one of the lightest months of the year.  We will honor the summer sun by engaging in crafting workshops and service projects to help the farm and community thrive.  Come ready to lend a hand and help share our abundant light with those who need it most!   We will transplant basil onto the farm, learn about companion planting, and have the opportunity to take home tomato starts for our own gardens!


The Levanah Moon Circles and Earth Skills events are for all self-identified women and girls (ages 4 and up).  Complete Details and Tickets. 

For more information, please visit our website, or contact Lizzie Baron at lizzie@urbanadamah.org.

Warmly, 
Sarai Shapiro & Lizzie Baron
What to bring: A vegetarian dish to share. Consider bringing an extra layer to stay warm, as it gets cool when the sun leaves the sky. If you'd like, bring your own camp chair too. 

As with all events that take place at the farm, please bring a canned food item for our food bank.

This event is part of a regular series brought to you by Urban Adamah and Wilderness Torah.




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