Welcome to the WFHB Community Calendar! To get an event listed on our Community Calendar, please send the event name, date, time and complete address of venue to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance. The events calendar is a volunteer-powered public service of your community radio station, WFHB.
Needmore Coffee Roasters is a woman-owned small-batch coffee roastery in Indiana dedicated to roasting organic, ethically sourced coffee from the finest small-scale farmers around the world.
Relationship Coffee – Direct Trade: Our current direct trade coffees are from El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Our collaborative relationships with these farmers ensure environmental, economical, and social sustainability, resulting in the production of the highest quality coffee.
Fair Trade CertifiedTM: Your everyday purchases, like your daily cup of coffee, can help farmers get better prices to help them keep their kids in school and protect fragile ecosystems.
Helping Others: Always trying to help the community, our coffee grounds are donated to local gardening groups and farmers. We also make an annual donation to help fund the Comedor Children’s Lunch Program in Posoltega, Nicaragua, which is organized and run by Bloomington & Posoltega Sister Cities.
An hour of quiet reflection for all.
You are invited to make change through your presence in silence with others. Our silence together will be interspersed with the calming sounds of crystal bowls by Janiece Jaffe. Bring a cushion, yoga mat, prayer rug or simply take a seat. This is a safe place for all people to come together in self-reflection, prayer, or meditation.
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Doors will open 30 minutes before start time.
Jeff White, Professor of Environmental Science at SPEA, will present at talk entitled “An Update on the Climate Change Dilemma from the Perspective of an Environmental Scientist”. Climate change has been and will likely continue to be a defining issue of our time. The topic has become so politicized that it is difficult to decipher the status of the science from the amplified political noise that currently engulfs it. White will provide a brief update of the science. He will also touch on several aspects of the changing political landscape that affects the advancement of the science, which is essential to development of smart policy.
Immediately following White’s presentation members of Citizens’ Climate Lobby will hold a letter writing party for Green Drinks participants who would like to help build the political will for a stable climate.
Green Drinks Bloomington is a lively, informal social networking event for people from all walks of life who are interested in making a greener world. Folks gather every month to share libations and ideas, discuss, debate, explore and make new friends and business connections.
Donation suggested , some food will be provided.
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The Bloomington Walking Club is an informal group that meets for a guided group walk on the paved trails surrounding Olcott Park. The group meets every Thursday evening, weather permitting. All ability levels are wel
Teams can compete in this multi-round trivia extravaganza for all the bragging rights and, usually, a keen reward.
The Bean Blossom Farmers’ Market
Every Friday from now through October 6th.
Live music and FREE children’s activities every market day!
Come support your local farmers and artists, and enjoy fresh, local food
Find us on facebook and instagram @beanblossomfarmersmarket
See you this Friday at St. David’s in beautiful, downtown Bean Blossom!
Nunsense returns to the Playhouse for 4 encore performances!
Cast: 5 funny, talented women with great voices!