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Archive for November 18th, 2011

Friday Dance, Saturday Knit, Sunday Food

Friday, November 18th, 2011

For local folks (Lansing, Michigan, USA), I want to get the word out on my upcoming activities. Often folks hear about my events after it’s too late to attend. I’m going to make this week right, anyway.

Friday, November 18. Shows 6:30 and 7:30 for about 1/2 hour each.

I will be dancing as “Eudora” with another dancer, at New Aladdins restaurant in Frandor. It’s across the entry street from Panera, near the video store. Great, home-made food. Family-owned, family-friendly restaurant specializing in mideastern/ Lebanese fare. It’s always a great time, I hope you can join us.

Saturday, November 19. Both classes at Rae’s Yarn Boutique, 2004 E. Michigan, a few doors west of Emil’s Italian restaurant and across from the Green Door. 336-YARN

Crystal Heels Class 12:00-2pm
This is an afterthought heel that actually fits a heel (rather than being shaped like a toe). I taught this class at Sock Summit in Portland, Oregon last August. You don’t need a plane ticket to learn this technique.

Buttons & Beads Bowls 2:30-4:30pm
This fun, felted bowl goes very fast on fat needles, and shrinks into a small bowl perfect for decorations, gifts, or loose pocket change. Decorate with buttons and/or beads, or make it in a multicolored yarn which needs no embellishment. Go home with a gift mostly finished.

Sunday, November 20. 1-3pm Foods for Living, East Lansing, Grand River at the end of Park Lake Rd. (East of Denny’s.) Employee-Locally-owned healthy food grocery.

Holiday Dessert Demo and Cookbook Sale I’ll be bringing my cookbook and samples of holiday desserts. Vegan pumpkin pie (no eggs or milk). Gluten-free muffins. Allergy-friendly goodies! Tell your friends, and come out for a sample. The cookbook is a great holiday gift. It’s also a lifesaver for those cooking for loved ones with restrictions during this season of relationship.