"Hi Ayoka, and welcome to Zoobird. It was nice meeting you and Nii yesterday at the McRorie Garden. I hope you find lots of interesting discussions and people you enjoy here at Zoobird. Please tell us more about the Homowo Festival. I'd love to…"
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We spend the majority of our time embracing and presenting authentic African Culture via the drum, literature, and lectures. We also believe in growing what you eat, and eating what you grow. Our Organic farm is located in the old Monteocha Community (north of Gainesville Raceway, CR 225).
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Hi Ayoka, and welcome to Zoobird. It was nice meeting you and Nii yesterday at the McRorie Garden. I hope you find lots of interesting discussions and people you enjoy here at Zoobird. Please tell us more about the Homowo Festival. I'd love to see your organic farm someday. I mentioned I had connections to West Africa. Here are some photos from the first meeting of our software user group in Dakar. And, these photos are from my visit to www.10,000girls.org in Kaolack, Senegal. This is the West African Java User Group website: www.senejug.com.
Here's a welcome gift: an urban mandala from the McRorie Community Garden:
I know that you'll recognize some people here at Zoobird if you look around a bit. And, I hope to learn more about your organization and connections to beautiful Ghana. I've heard so many good things about Ghana's culture. I read that communities in Ghana have frequent festivals, for one!
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Have you always wanted to make your own bread? Well, here's a little article about making rye bread with a bread machine. This bread machine came from a thrift store and only cost $11.99! The ingredients to make Russian Rye were so simple you won't believe how easy it was. Enjoy!