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WORK New Haven - 15 work parties for a planet in need

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WORK New Haven - 15 work parties for a planet in need

Time: October 10, 2010 from 12pm to 6pm
Location: New Haven Green
Street: Elm st and Temple St
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://actnh.org/work
Phone: 2039369006
Event Type: environmental, day, of, action, skill-share, green, fair
Organized By: Justin Haaheim
Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2010

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We'll be fixing bikes, canning food, cleaning up parks, working in gardens, writing letters, planting trees and more, with free food and good company to go around. WORK New Haven is part of the 10/10/10 Global Work Party by the folks at 350.org.

Go to www.actnh.org/work for a list of work parties and for more information on the day, including rain info if it's stormy.

We could use your help! For more information or to lend a hand, call Justin Haaheim (ActNH organizer) at 203.936.9006, or get in touch through our website: www.actnh.org/contact

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