MUD Reunion Mingle Wednesday August 3rd, 6-9pm MUD site (629 Phillips St) For decades, MUD has served as a gathering ground and mixing space, building community relationships on the Northside and throughout Missoula. MUD Mingles are a monthly family-friendly potluck event which provides neighbors and Missoulians an opportunity to chat, brainstorm and dream. This Mingle will be Reunion themed, so come ready to share stories and MUD/Down Home Project in the old days. Join us for great food, excellent company, and occasionally the musical stylings of anyone who wants to bring an instrument! Please bring your favorite potluck dish. Also, please be sure to BYO plates, cups, and utensils!
MUD Garden Party and 30th Anniversary Party Be a part of a very special MUD Garden Party celebration our 30th anniversary with live music, a silent auction, great food, and libations. Learn about and or share stories from the old days with project founder, Bill McDorman and many others. Plan to eat, drink, and be muddy! $10 for MUD members, $15 for non-members, and $30 for a family. Call the MUD office at 721-7513 to reserve your tickets today!
Workshops: Putting Your Garden to Bed August 13th, 1-4pm MUD site (629 Phillips St) We all know that Montana is notorious for its short growing season, so don’t let the first frost catch you off guard. Come let the folks at MUD teach you how to close down your garden for the winter when the time comes.
Making Baby Food August 24th, 1-4pm Location: TBD Making organic baby food is easier than you think! Join MUD for a hands-on workshop on making and pureeing your own baby food, including recipe ideas. Participants will take home a jar (or two!) of freshly made baby food.
Seed Saving August 25, 6-9pm MUD Site (629 Phillips St) Want to save your own seeds, but need a little help getting started? MUD/Down Home Project founder, Bill McDorman can help get you on your way!
Ann Quirk MTCC AmeriCorps VISTA Missoula Urban Demonstration Project
The 30th Anniversary Party is on Friday, August 26th from 6-11pm at the MUD site (629 Phillips Street). Hope to see all MUD's supporters and friends from the past 30 years there!