The Grapevine (June 28)
06/28/2014 12:00 AM
08/06/2014 12:10 PM
Here’s a way to save water: When washing produce, fill a pan with water and rinse the fruit and vegetables in the pan instead of under a running faucet. Then, use the rinse water to give houseplants (or outdoor plants) a drink.
Every minute you turn the faucet off saves 4 gallons. Five minutes means 20 gallons.
Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, Calif.)
Quilt show at Century II
The last day of the Common Threads Quilt Show is Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Century II Exhibition Hall, 225 W. Douglas. Thousands of quilts by the Prairie Quilt Guild and by others are on display, and vendors from all over the country have items for sale. A mini quilt auction at noon benefits quilt education. Tickets are $10. No strollers or children under 6 admitted. For more information, see the website www.wichitaquiltshow.com.
In bloom at Botanica
Daylilies, including Hemerocallis “Fooled Me,” in the Beverly R. Blue Teaching Garden.
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