To help spread awareness about the ease of composting processes and the sustainable benefits of naturally composted soil, Oryana is holding a Ceremonial Compost Turning Celebration!
Join us on Saturday, October 26 as we unveil Traverse City’s first neighborhood compost station. With the help of Carter’s Compost, Oryana invites all customers to stop by and contribute excess leaves and kitchen scraps to the compost pile, including debris from fruits, vegetables, pasta, bread, cereal, coffee grounds, and other non-greasy foods. Participants will even get a chance to turn the pile and learn proper composting procedures.
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick off the event, followed by a fun-filled afternoon. Kids are invited to dig through finished compost and play with worms, provided by Carter’s Compost, while all guests will appreciate free snacks and drinks. Need a bite to eat? Sample our event-themed dirt cake, served with a trowel and topped with gummy worms! And for those who need a warm-up from the brisk fall temperatures, Oryana will have plenty of hot cider, tea, and cocoa to go around.
MORE INFO: For more information, call Flo at 231.947.0191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event Date: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Event Start Time: 1:00:00 PM
Event Finish Time: 3:00:00 PM