Post an Parade or Event near you to gather supporters, get free materials* and bring good health to your town!
Don't feel alone in your efforts to get Roundup OUT of your town or GMOs out of your schools! Gather a group of like-minded people easily when you join into a local parade or attend a summer festival and pass out flyers! Print and bring a sign-up sheet to get in touch with new people afterward and take action together. Just one or two hours of meeting people and share our fantastic new flyers- "We Can Do Better!" - addressing toxic burden in food, water, medications and vaccines, home and environment. Our "Why Eat Organic?" which covers health, farming & economy and climate change, will make such a huge difference for you and your community
Just take a few minutes to post your local pre-existing parade or event today. Fill in the event details and then check your email for a free code to enter into our web store. Just pay to ship ( about $20) your box of free materials, ( worth $200+) and then share the event! Email email@example.com with any issues.
Get our new banner images- download and send to STAPLES to print, takes a few days.
Don't forget to order our NEW "Why Eat Organic?" POSTER that you can give to doctor's offices or schools from our web store.
- Enter the name of the location in "Venue" (meeting place of the start of the parade or event) such as "Richmond Elementary School" and address on next line.
- Enter the exact street address for the event ( ie: 234 Main street, not cross streets) or it will not appear as listed on the map. If the parades starts at a cross streets, choose the nearest address you can find on google maps that is not a residence.
- While supplies last, we have free materials, including We Can Do Better, Why Eat Organic Flyers, GMO info, Roundup flyers and alternatives, bumper stickers, and buttons. To order additional items Click on MATERIALS to order.
Your events create community connection and empower your town with health and freedom! THANK YOU!
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The 7th Annual Middletown Music Festival, August 3-5, at Middlesex Community College.
The Middletown Music Festival is a celebration of music written and produced in Connecticut, with two stages featuring local bands, and is free to the community! Folks who want to support the festival can make a suggested $10 donation and enter to win a free t-shirt or CD. The Middletown Music Festival is produced by JCherry Presents, with support from WESU 88.1FM, and Middlesex Community College.
The festival opens on Friday evening August the 3rd, at 5PM, and runs through the weekend till Sunday at 7PM in Cedar Grove. The festival also features local artists, poets, and authors! Andrew Mark Prue will be offering sound meditations throughout the weekend. Our vendor village is chock full of locally crafted gems you wont find anywhere else. We are thrilled to bring back our craft beer tasting on Saturday afternoon. For more information visit jcherrypresents.com.
Looking for volunteers to help run a Moms Across America table at the annual Michigan Jewish Food Festival. This festival draws in thousands of people from all over Detroit and the surrounding metropolitan areas. Over 70 organizations that represent food, environment, sustainability, and food justice. Chef demos, food tastings, vendors, music and speakers. It's an incredible day and an opportunity to reach thousands of people with our MAA message.