June 3 marks the first Huss Project Farmer’s Market of the 2023 season. The market will take place every Saturday under the pavilion at 1008 8th St. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through September. Here’s a full rundown of what to expect this weekend, and throughout the summer.
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If you have a student in need of volunteer hours or are looking for an opportunity to help a local nonprofit ahead of its busy Farmers Market season in June, the Huss Project is hosting its Spring Cleaning Volunteer Day in Three Rivers Saturday.
In lieu of Three Rivers’ annual Solidarity in Diversity event, which will not take place this year, *culture is not optional and the Huss Project (1008 8th St.) will host a screening of two episodes of “Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Movement” beginning at 4 p.m. Monday
The Huss Project will host the annual Three Rivers Area Faith Community (TRAFC) Back to School Celebration on August 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Huss Project Farmer’s Market and Second Saturdays Art Market.
The Watershed Voice Artist Showcase will return this Saturday, July 30 with nearly twice as many acts as last year, with 11 scheduled to perform. The second annual showcase will include poetry, rap, hip-hop, gospel and folk/Americana music, with some comedy thrown in for good measure.
In the name of nostalgia and organizational history, we wanted to take a look back at the first annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase before we look ahead to next week’s show.
The Huss Project Farmers Market debuted last Saturday and will return this weekend, only this time with art vendors and live music in addition to their usual market fare.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th St. in Three Rivers, is currently looking for volunteers to engage children (with their parents present) in activities on the farm during the Farmer’s Market each Saturday, June through September, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fresh produce, local art, and activities for families are just a few of the attractions coming to the Huss Project Farmer’s Market this summer at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers.
Watershed Voice celebrated two years of news, culture, and community on Saturday with supporters and friends, two years and a day after the publication launched on April 8, 2020.
Watershed Voice is celebrating two years of news, culture, and community in St. Joseph County, and you’re invited!
Beginning next week, the Three Rivers Area Mentoring After School Program (TRAM) will be on-site at The Huss Project Farm one afternoon a week. If your elementary school student would like to participate in the program, read this article to learn more.
*culture is not optional/The Huss Project is now accepting applications for three full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions and four AmeriCorps Summer Associate positions, the Three Rivers-based nonprofit announced via email Wednesday.
It’s often said it takes a village to raise a child but the same can be said about an independent, nonprofit news organization. Over the next two weeks we’ll introduce or in some cases re-introduce the people who make Watershed Voice what it is today.
Approximately 75 people braved the heat to attend the first annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase in Three Rivers Saturday. Folks did their best to stay hydrated and were treated to performances from six unique and talented artists for what turned out to be a two and a half hour concert
Your favorite online news and culture magazine is trying its hand at live entertainment this weekend, and you’re invited. We’re turning The Huss Project into an outside concert venue to feature local artists, and raise money for Watershed Voice, so we can continue to provide local news and culture to the fine folks of St. Joseph County.
After a hiatus in 2020, the Three Rivers Area Faith Community (TRAFC) is once again hosting the Back to School Celebration, an event at which school age children accompanied by an adult caregiver receive a free backpack filled with school supplies.
Doug and Alek are joined by Three Rivers poet and Watershed Voice Showcase opener Debbie Allen to discuss her upbringing in “old school” Philadelphia, her creative process, using poetry to work through pain and trauma, and the trials and tribulations of being a moderator for Three Rivers, Michigan Area Information.