Monica Lee, artist-in-residence at Ruth’s Table (Bethany Senior Center), has been a professional photographer in San Francisco for 30 years. Her works, including three books, have been published nationally and internationally. Most recently, Monica has devoted her time to her life-long passion for making art. She has been influenced all her life by her 90-year-old father who can always be found making and building things. She has taught dozens of craft workshops in the Bay Area with participants ages 2-99 … Read More
from Jason Dewees, The Palm Broker @ Flora Grubb Gardens (November 19, 2009)
Not far from our store, in the Sunnyside neighborhood (near Glen Park), is an extraordinary grove of 100-plus-year-old palms surrounding a historic conservatory-like pavilion. It’s called the Sunnyside Conservatory, and, built in 1898 as a garden structure on a large country estate (before the city engulfed the area), it’s on San Francisco’s list of landmarks.
Most of the palms are Phoenix canariensis, the Canary Island date … Read More
In the initial planning stages….Stay Tuned…..
100 Lemons: a lively and bountiful celebration of community, backyard sustainability, and everything lemon. Demonstrations, talks, music, good conversation, and of course lemonade.
Featuring the Community Project: 100 Lemons (inspired by “The Lemon List: 100 Things to do with a Meyer Lemon” by Amy Scattergood, Los Angeles Times Food Section, January 16, 2008).