Monthly Archives: October 2013

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from El SOL in Jupiter Florida.  We had a blast carving our pumpkin and scooping out the seeds–some of the seeds were sprouting in the pumpkin! so cool!  Everyone got a chance to scoop our the seeds….then we baked the pumpkin seeds with salt–yum! yum! so good and good for you too!  “Pepitos”

Fresh Apple Crisps

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” “You are the apple of my eye,” “Don’t upset the apple cart”. Who knew there were so many sayings about apples! Apples are “growing” in our area right now and I thought it would be fun to explore the different sayings and find the meaning behind them.

Village of Greenport, New York

The Village of Greenport is a wonderful community on the North Fork of Long Island with a interesting maritime history.   If you don’t know it, read about it and visit soon.   We’re lucky to have our program running there.  The children are true members of the community, as you can see. And check

Blue Duck Bakery

Congratulations to Julie and Heather and to all the children in our autumn programs. It’s great to watch them grow. Very big thanks to our partners. The Blue Duck Bakery did a bang-up job last week at their new Greenport branch. If you haven’t been to the new location, don’t wait any longer. It’s beautiful.

SUF Seeking Volunteers

Are you looking to support a worthy cause and the environment?  Check out the Sustainable Gardens project at Syracuse University Florence.  Read a nice write up about it at Flo ‘N the Go.