|Have You Heard the News!|
Eggs really are good for you!
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Tinney Chapel Family Life Center
449 CR 4620
Peter H. Langsjoen, M.D., F.A.C.C. will be at Tinney Chapel Family Life Center. Dr. Langsjoen will be speaking on the saturated fat and cholesterol fraud. Find out from an expert the truth about magnificent eggs and why you can eat them.
At this event there will be speakers, vendors and a lunch for prepaid guests with Dr. Langsjoen.
I was able to attend this event last year. Learned a lot and was happy to visit all the great vendors. This year StarDragonfly Herbals will have a booth! Hope to see you there and yes, I will be selling eggs from our Happy Free Range Chickens!
For more information, please call 903-629-3034.
The Wild Side of Herbs
April 18 or April 21, 2012
$25.00 per person
Herbs are all around us, whether we live in the country or the city. They are called weeds! They are nutritious, full of good medicine, and very easy to find!
Please call or email for information or reservations
|Cut Leaf Evening Primrose is in bloom now!|
Native Plant Society of Texas
Thursday April 19, 2012
6:00 pm at Art & Espresso, Winnsboro, TX
Bring a couple of those mystery plants, a field guide if you have one or two, and join us for a fun and fact filled hour! All you need to attend is a love of native plants. Have questions?
Call or email me........903-866-3606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Chef Debbie and some great Farmer's Market patrons and vendors!|
The Winnsboro Farmers Market
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Folks, the Market is going to be great this year! Come on out and visit the vendors, the chefs, the 4-H kids, and musicians! Stop by StarDragonfly Herbals table and say Hi! I will be so excited to see all my friends again!
Now these events are just whats go'in on in April! I will tell you about May in a couple weeks. I do know that there is a Mother/Daughter Tea Party coming up, and a new herb class that will be about Natural Insect Repellents. My goodness have you seen the size of the mosquitoes lately! They look like sparrows. But, then again, everything is bigger in Texas! Herbally yours, Susan
As long as there's a few farmers out there, we'll keep fighting for them.
On the Road again!