Posts in Celebrations
Borneo is the choose-your-own-adventure-land you absolutely have to visit

Borneo is the third largest island in the world and it’s bounty of natural treasures seem to be tailor-made for fun, relaxation, exploration and adventure. The island is home to the oldest rainforests in the world, that have been estimated to be almost 140 million years old, and comprise some of the richest biodiversity on the planet.

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Germany & Austria Part 2 = Linderhof, Neuschwanstein, Füßen and the Wieskirche

Teri E. Popp’s Bavarian vacation-part 2, sheds a bright light on the scenery, castles, churches and local traditions of this most breathtaking part of Germany and Austria.

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The Life of a White Squirrel

I know. He’s not human but don’t we always want to stand out for positive reasons, not the color of our skin? I’m going with he was born to outperform the brown squirrels, and from my vantage point, he’s doing a great job since I’ve seen him 3 times in the last 6 months! You go cutie!

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Reflections of Yom Kippur - Past & Present

Yom Kippur - The Day of Atonement provides an excellent reminder for all of us, regardless of your faith, that being the best version of ourselves enables us to have an enormous impact on our human and physical environments.

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Mill City Farmer's Market - Last Beer + Wine Night

This week at the Night Market Day Block Brewing will serve beer and wine. Gather your market picnic, and enjoy a beverage and your week night dinner on the lawn!

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What Is Yom Kippur? The Day of Atonement

chabad.org has been my go to source for learning about Jewish traditions, holidays and the heart of their importance to the Hebrew faith. Yom Kippur begins a few minutes before sundown on 9/18.

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What's happening at Loon Organics Farm

Loon Organics Farm is celebrating a successful season at the farm with great recipes, Tips on How and Where to Store Your Produce and Preservation Tips for Winter!

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W3 Book Club-“Lilac Girls“ by Martha Hall Kelly

The latest read from the W3 Book Club, is “Lilac Girls“ by Martha Hall Kelly. The tragedies of the Polish concentration camps of WWII detailed in Kelly‘s book, tells the little known story of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp‘s “Rabbits.“ The horror these women endured is only overshadowed by the fact the Lilac Girls came to find peace, forgiveness, and return to their lives to share their incredible stories.

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