If you’re given to foodie-ish tendencies, or you’re one of those who easily goes in for specialty, rarely-imported delicacies, you’ve probably heard of Kopi Luwak. No, that’s not a character from the next Star Wars release. It’s the (in)famous coffee variety that’s so perfectly processed, so hard to come by, and so delicately flavored that it could only come from one place– the digestive tract of the Asian palm civet, which, if you didn’t know, is a small, tree-dwelling mammal akin to a squirrel or weasel. Yes, that’s right. This prized coffee variety gets its unmatched, coveted flavor by passing all the way through another animal’s digestive system. And now, Zeke’s is bringing it to Baltimore. Read More →
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SANTA IS COMING TO RED CANOE!
per the Red Canoe website:
Have you written your letter yet? Saturday, 12/14, at 2:45 in front of Red Canoe! Singing with the Arcadian Rhythms, hot cider and lotsa cookies. Bring those beautiful children over and help the Red Canoe kick off the holiday season with a really excellent visit with Santa, and a chance to sing together!
And join the Red Canoe for a holiday pre-school sing along with Zoe Johnstone on Wednesday 12/18 at 10:30 am!
Preschool sing along on at 10:30 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Join musician Zoe Johnstone for a delightful toddler and family sing along event.
410.444.4440 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 4337 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214
From the SFA website:
~Drawing on the ideals of St. Francis of Assisi,
~Rooted in the neighborhoods of Northeast Baltimore,
~Envisioning a future even stronger than our past,
St. Francis of Assisi School forms children for a life of scholarship, spirituality, and service.
The school is a vital part of the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church community, and it has a proud history of offering a sound and inclusive environment to children of all races, regardless of religious affiliation and family structure.
St. Francis of Assisi School proudly embraces the values of its patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi. One of the Catholic Church’s best known saints, St. Francis promoted the virtues of a selfless life dedicated to serving the world around him. His respect of living creatures and the environment may be history’s most notable interpretation of St. Francis of Assisi’s life.
The school community believes that St. Francis’s values are relevant to children of all religions, and works hard to instill them in the students. While graduating solid students ready for high school, St. Francis of Assisi School also works diligently to form children of good character who leave the community as young adults aware and respectful of the world around them.
from the SFA website:
Cartooning and Drawing: Mike Ricigliano
Art History: Nicole Selhorst
educating children, Nicole also brings a strong entrepreneurial spirit to SFA. Guided by her experience in opening Red Canoe Bookstore Café, Nicole is embracing a vision of arts and humanities at SFA while aligning with the principles of an IB candidacy. In addition to teaching Art History, Nicole can be found encouraging visitors to SFA for Open Houses and visiting days.
Guitar: Chris Dunn
from the SFA website:
Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi School!
Nestled in Northeast Baltimore between lake and woods, St. Francis of Assisi School offers an academically rich education focused on the whole child—intellectually, socially and spiritually. Its small size, experienced educators, and history make SFA a rare find among Baltimore’s schools. Built on the core principles of scholarship, spirituality, and service within a strong diverse community, the school celebrates children and their potential to learn and grow. No student goes unnoticed; all students are welcomed and honored.
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