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2016 SEEDS Events

Weds. July 13 - Brainstorming

Weds Aug 10th - SEEDS Board Meeting

Tues Sept 20th - SEEDS Annual Meeting @ The Cooperage

Oct 1 - Green Bus Tour!

Weds Oct 12th - SEEDS Board Meeting

Weds Nov 9th - Brainstorming

Weds Dec 14th - Board Meeting

Board members, SEEDS Advisors and interested members spend a full day together (usually Sunday) to map out events for the coming year, re-visit our 10 year plan and evaluate our programs and discuss new ideas.

ANNUAL SWAPAPALOOZA FUNDRAISER - Each spring, SEEDS hosts our annual fundraiser party. This evening features a silent auction and a SWAPAPALOOZA!

ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING - Our meeting is always held in September and is open to the general public. Our annual general membership meeting is open to all, but only members can vote.

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