Map Your Neighborhood; Plants To Share; Lost Ring; More; Song: Fall Is Here

CONTENTS 9/28/2020
Map Your Neighborhood
Plants To Share
Lost Ring
Remodeler References?
Need Storage Space
Fairhaven College Live-Streaming Music Festival
Radio Free Fl!p: Fall is Here


I am making it a top priority to meet with any block that can get together during the month of October. Let’s look our neighbors in the eye and make concrete plans to care for each other in case of an earthquake. Let’s do it now, to push back against polarization.

The goal of organizing our block is to quickly respond in the critical first hour after a disaster:
1) turn off gas if there are leaks so we don’t have a fire.
2) put out small fires so they don’t become large ones.
3) comfort/care for the injured and scared.
If you are a bit prepared you are more likely to be part of the solution rather than part of the group needing care and comfort.

Contact Fl!p 360-671-4511


I’ve put a few garden extras out by the sidewalk under the big maple tree – 2515 Victor Street. There’s native sedum ground cover, native nodding onion, native False Solomon Seal, a black-grass start, a little jade plant, crocosmia corms – red lucifer and a smaller orange one, a hellebore with purplish flowers, and more when I get around to it. Help yourself. ~ Lane Morgan


Lost wedding ring. Mens. Open braid style, gold. 35 years old! We live on Henry, + he was visiting a friend on Lafayette & took it off to help with a messy project. Not sure when he lost it. ~ Cindy McKinney, Henry Street, 360-303-1463


I am looking to remodel my small bathroom and would appreciate references for this project. Please email information to: ~ Cindy Spee, Lafayette Street


Can someone donate an accessible storage space, about the size of a one-car garage, for the winter? A tiny and responsible group of people (I know them personally) are in urgent need of storage for donated supplies that they distribute to people who don’t have shelter. Without storage space, they have no way to continue. I worked with them last year, before Covid grounded me. ~ Fl!p 360-671-4511


Fall Music Festival
Oct. 1st, J.P.Falcon: Folk and Blues
Oct. 8th. Coty Hogue: Bluegrass & Old Time
Oct.15th Yogo Man (Jordon Rain)
Oct 22 The Groove Doctors featuring Deb Hawley: The Blues


Written by Charlie Maguire, sung by Sally Rogers

Charlie grew up on a dairy farm. I hosted Charlie at Mama Sundays coffeehouse when he toured through back in the 1970s. I was transfixed by this song, and it floats back into my mind around this time every year. And I stop and sing it. I can’t find Charlie singing it on line, but Sally does a lovely job.

Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511  2518 Cherry Street

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