Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tonight: Middlesex County Meet Your Greens at It’s Only Natural Restaurant, Middletown

From Claire E. Rusowicz, Executive Director, Rockfall Foundation

Meet Your Greens, Middlesex County monthly green drinks networking gathering, will meet November 15, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at It’s Only Natural Restaurant (ION).

The evening will feature an informal talk by ION staff on vegetarian and vegan options for Thanksgiving. It's Only Natural Restaurant has served CT diners for more than 30 years. It is known throughout the state for its delicious, innovative vegetarian/vegan creations. In addition to offering recipe tips, ION will share its 2011 Thanksgiving menus, which are available for dine-in as well as takeout the day before Thanksgiving. There will also be ½-priced drinks and appetizer specials.

Meet Your Greens is Middlesex County's monthly green drinks happy-hour network providing opportunities to make connections and exchange news about environmental issues in Middlesex County. Based on the popular Green Drinks in CT and nationwide, this informal gathering of people drawn from the community, nonprofit groups and the business world offers time to brainstorm ideas and plant seeds for collaboration. All are welcome with no reservations or advanced registration necessary.

Meet Your Greens meets every third Tuesday of the month. Venues and times change-- join our e-list for updates and invites by contacting Claire Rusowicz, ; or Jennifer Weymouth, . You can also join us on Facebook ("Meet Your Greens"). Schedule updates are also provided on The Rockfall Foundation website.

The Rockfall Foundation supports environmental education, conservation programs and planning initiatives in Middlesex County. Established in 1935, it is one of Connecticut’s oldest environmental organizations whose mission is to be a catalyst-- bringing people together and supporting organizations to conserve and enhance the county’s natural environment. Rockfall awards grants each year to organizations, schools and municipalities, and continues to hold and manage open space property in the county.

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