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Join PVD Lady Project's Workshop Series + Urban Greens for DIY non-toxic house cleaners with Delia Kovac on October 23 from 6-8pm at Lady Project HQ at Batchbook!
In this DIY demo, with Urban Greens Food Co-op Project Manager Delia Kovac will lead a hands on workshop on how to make your own non-toxic household cleaners, with assistance from Kerri Esselman from the Simply Toxic Free MeetUp Group. In this hands on, Do-It-Yourself workshop participants will learn how to keep their homes clean and fresh, without toxic chemicals for a fraction of the cost of commercial cleaners. Kovac will share her recipe for all-purpose cleaner, and how to use common pantry items to clean your whole house. Kerri Esselman will present on the dangers and costs of toxic cleaners in household environments.
This event is limited to 25 women (or female-identifying) to ensure an intimate event.
Registrants are asked to bring an empty jar and spray bottle to take home their first batch of scrubs and window spray. All ticket proceeds will benefit Urban Greens.
Hope to see you there!
Sierra + the PVD Lady Project team
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About the Lady Project: The Lady Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that connects, inspires and showcases awesome women doing amazing things through membership, events and community engagement. The Lady Project is based in Providence, Rhode Island, where chapters in Providence, New Haven, Boston, Nashua and NYC host monthly events where women can connect, get inspired and learn about what other awesome women are doing in their cities.
Delia Kovac is the Project Manager for Urban Greens Food Co-op. She began making her own household cleaners 5 years ago to save money and project her health. She is also a member of the PVD Lady Project.
Kerri Esselman is a wife and a mom of 2 little boys. She is a member of the Health Home Movement and the organizer of the Southern MA/RI Simply Toxic Free Meetup Group. Her mission and passion is to make homes more healthy and safe, by informing people about the toxins in their everyday lives.
About Urban Greens: Urban Greens Food Co-op was founded in 2006 by a group of concerned West Side residents interested in increasing access to affordable, fresh, healthy food in their neighborhood. The Co-op will operate a full-scale retail grocery store on the West Side of Providence offering food choices that are nutritious, affordable, sustainably-sourced, and supportive of local food production. Urban Greens currently has 590 member-owners and counting. Urban Greens Food Co-op will support the local economy by creating new jobs, supporting local farmers, and reinvesting its profits locally. The member-owners are the key to creating a full scale community-owned grocery store because their membership equity is the seed money for the project. www.urbangreens.com @urbangreensprovwww.facebook/urbangreensprov