Skills Hobbies and Mimosas

Heroes Homestead is inviting female veterans in the area to gather to share skills, learn from, and connect with each other. This is the first of what will be a regular gathering.

This month’s project will be making a weighted blanket, which is a recommended way to help those with PTSD to sleep more soundly and deeply. Blankets will be donated to get Cbveterans and first responders who suffer from sleep deprivation. 

Gather at Heroes Homestead for brunch and mimosas as you help create these quilts. Even if you don’t know how to sew, please still join in. Many hands are needed to help with the various aspects of blanket assembly, or go to simply enjoy the camaraderie. There will be something for every skill level. Plus, you are sure to make a new friend.

Upcoming plans include baking pies from scratch, and learning to can and preserve foods from the Victory Garden. 

For more information about Heroes Homestead visit: heroeshomestead.org

Save the Date!

Saturday 

March 20th

10am – 2pm

For more information or to RSVP

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 509-218-6443  

Heroes Homestead

4779 Gibson Dahl

Clayton, Wa 99110

Photo by Samuel Branch

Featured Sponsor
Thank You For Your Support!

Share this article.

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on email
Featured Sponsor
Thank You For Your Support!

Read more news.

Upcoming Elections: To Run Or Not to Run

Have you ever considered running for office? This year brings some potential changes to Deer Park’s city government with two council seats and the mayorship up for election. When considering whether or not to run, it’s hard to know where to begin.
The City of Deer Park operates under a Mayor-Council form of government, with five elected council members each serving 4-year terms. There will be two seat positions up for election in 2021, in addition to the position for mayor.

Read More »

Crawford – A Name, A Road, A Roundabout

When the name Crawford is used in Deer Park, it is understood to be Crawford Street, the primary east-west road in the city. Long before Crawford became known as a street, a man named George E. Crawford was known over a century ago as a local lumber entrepreneur. His family helped build the town’s foundations and the oldest, still operating, church in Deer Park. Soon, a roundabout will also carry this name on.

Read More »

Subscribe to our emails

Use the form below to sign up to receive news via email at no cost to you.