Green Book Club

The Green Book Club meets the first Wednesday of the month to discuss the previous month’s read. This month’s discussion is on The Sixth Extinction, by Elizabeth Kolbert, rated one of the Best books of 2014 by the New York Times (make time for this selection... over 300 pages). Join the group for a discussion about non-fiction and fiction books concerning food, health, and human ecology. The club always welcomes new members. Come introduce yourself and enjoy the conversation.

Green Book Club

The Green Book Club meets the first Wednesday of the month to discuss the previous month’s read. This month’s discussion is about The Survival of The Bark Canoe by John McPhee (114 pages, plus detalied illustrations) The story tells of the building of these birch bark canoes and of a 150-mile trip through the Maine woods in these graceful survivors of Native American technology. Next month's read is The Sixth Extinction, An Unnatural History, by Elizabeth Kolbert.

Green Book Club

The Green Book Club meets the first Wednesday of the month to discuss the previous month’s read. This month’s discussion is about Reginald Ferrar: A Rage for Rock Gardening by Nicola Shulman. This book is about the eccentric English plant finder at the turn of the 20th C.( 128 pages). Get ready to read next month's selection, The Survival of the Bark Carnoe by John McPhee. Join the group for a discussion about non-fiction and fiction books concerning food, health, and human ecology. The club always welcomes new members.

Glow Yoga & Garden Gathering

Celebrate nature and find peace under the new moon at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden for a special nighttime yoga event with Cristal Gould and Terra-Nova. Shine your inner light as you move to the rhythm of a live-DJ'd yoga class and glow under the black lit lawn. Wear white or neon to shine your brightest.

Green Book Club

The Green Book Club meets the first Wednesday of the month to discuss the previous month’s read. This month’s discussion is about The World as Garden: The Life and Writings of David Fairchild, edited by David Lee. The February meeting will take place offiste at The Kampong: the former home of the book's eponym. Come join the group for a conversation about non-fiction and fiction books concerning food, health, and human ecology. The club always welcomes new members. Come introduce yourself and help decide what March's read will be!

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