Monday, April 28
Free snacks and soft drinks
Slow Food Community Garden: A Food Revolution at Mountain View College
Exploring opportunities for growing a healthy food oasis in a hurried, fast food world.
The Slow Food movement at Mountain View will encourage growing and eating healthy, nutritious food. The results will be stronger communities, families and students.
The Slow Food Community Garden discussion will include plans for growing a culture of learning through food.
Monday, February 24
Performance Hall Foyer
Ken O'Toole, Artist
Ken O’Toole is an experimental artist working in various media. Much of his work involves creating a “visual vocabulary” to communicate emotional and spiritual experiences and create new perceptions.
His works include “Cultural Ghosts,” a monograph of photos exploring the unintended beauty of refuse on our nations highways, and “Quintina,” which is constructed of hundreds of pieces of recycled cardboard, reclaimed from discarded pizza boxes, soda pop cartons, and frozen TV dinner boxes.
Monday, March 2412:30–1:30 p.m.Rooms W181/183Free popcorn and soft drinks
Water Blues Green Solutions: Working with Nature to Create a Sustainable Water Future – Documentary Water is a limited resource, essential for life.
Record-breaking droughts, devastating floods, and polluted water systems have galvanized ordinary citizens, government, and communities large and small into looking to nature for solutions to our water crisis. Will their fledgling efforts be too little too late, or are we on the path to creating a sustainable future?
Water Blues, Green Solutions explores stories about real people making real changes to water infrastructure in four cities across the country.