Let the Kids Rock Benefit Show

Think funding for arts in schools is a joke? Think kids who learn music have a higher chance of ending up cool? Is the thought of no one being there to nurture the budding inner musician of our next generation of rockers keep you up at night? Do you LOVE Ethos and My Voice Music? […]

Musical Wish List!

  Musical Wish List for January 7th Benefit Help put an instrument into a child’s hands. We are collecting gently used instruments of all types to increase kids access to music education and performance opportunities.  Guitars, Horns, Keyboards, Drums, strings, sticks, Laptops, Speakers, cables, if you need it to play, they do too.  Below are some […]

Musical Wish List!

Help put an instrument into a child’s hands. We are collecting gently used instruments of all types to increase kids access to music education and performance opportunities.  Guitars, Horns, Keyboards, Drums, strings, sticks, Laptops, Speakers, cables, if you need it to play, they do too.  Below are some specifics, but they aren’t exhaustive. My Voice […]

Benefit Saturday January 7th

Dear Friends, Neighbors and Fellow Musicians: In the not so distant past I, like many of you, had access to music education in my public school. I was able to learn piano and flute and to be a part of a band and musical performances. This greatly enriched my life and has in part, shaped […]

Lets Bake Bread and Make Yeast Balloons!

Let’s bake bread and make yeast balloons! Have you ever wondered what makes bread fluffy and light? It’s a fungus (like mushrooms)! When added to the flour, water, and other ingredients in the dough, this fungus, called Baker’s yeast, breaks down the sugars in the flour and makes a gas called carbon dioxide. This gas […]

Come Sailing October 15th in Seattle!

Come Sailing with The Center For Wooden Boats in Seattle Washington, volunteer in the boat house, learn about wooden boats, and enjoy a FREE sail!   Day: Saturday, October 15 Time: 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm Spaces are limited, preregistration is required. Please contact anne@americanclothingexperiment.org if you are interested and to receive further details   […]

Mushroom Identification Walk October 14th

  Mushroom Identification Walk and Camping Trip. Join the Experiment on a guided mushroom walk and identification trip! Come out with a wild mushroom buyer and learn to identify some wild mushrooms and collect some chanterelles. T Pre-registration will allow us to keep you informed of details and developments as the day draws closer.  To […]

How to Make Worm Compost

by Stephanie Hudson Worm Compost: Its easy! The worms are kept in a bin with shredded paper or other biodegradable bedding. You feed them food waste. They digest the waste and bedding then excrete nutrient-rich castings. After a few months, the castings combined with the well-decomposed bedding, become something called vermicompost which is one of […]