5th annual
No Nukes Y’All JAMboree
Saturday, Aug. 27, 6:00-11:00 pm

A fundraiser for Nuclear Watch South
at the Land Trust

$10 adults, $5 teens, kids free
Please walk, bike, MARTA, carpool
Park at Clifton Sanctuary, 369 Connecticut Ave.

This year’s JAMboree features reggae by headliners the Natti Love Joys, plus classic rock by the Ex-P.A.N.D. Band (featuring Bill Fleming), and outrageous original music from Aviva and her Flying Penguins. Folksinger ThinkSpeak and poet Stephen Wing will also perform. Burritos and an assortment of liquid refreshments will be available.

You’ll get an update on Nuclear Watch South’s campaign to shut down the new reactors under construction at Plant Vogtle (financed by you, to the tune of 10% extra on every power bill) and a chance to sign the petition, if you haven’t yet. Renewable energy’s time has come!

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The Lake Claire Community Land Trust is a green oasis in the heart of Atlanta. But it is more than a place; it is also the community of neighbors and friends who gather here to celebrate nature, the arts, and each other. Come and visit!

Please check our calendar for upcoming events. Fundraisers and volunteer days offer frequent opportunities to lend your support. Becoming a member helps to sustain both our greenspace and our community. Joining one or more of our email lists will help you stay in touch. Donations are welcome via our Paypal link, our P.O. Box, or the chute at the main entrance. Get involved!

REMEMBER THE SNOW? Neighbor Kate Emery’s painting of the Land Trust on Jan. 28, 2014, is available as a matted print, ready for framing, and on men’s and women’s T-shirts. View the painting here, and get your print or T-shirt at our next event. (Thanks, Kate!)

“When I moved to Lake Claire, I didn’t know how I would fit into this neighborhood – I needed to make new friends, build a new life. Soon I felt I was living in a real community, where people know each other by name and are involved in shared activities. Then I realized that the community is centered in the Land Trust.” – a new neighbor

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