Rally in opposition to TBCE proposal: Acupuncture Specialist
William P Hobby Building,
333 Guadalupe Street Austin, TX 78701
AOMA Student Association Halloween Party!
October 28th 8pm -1amLocation: David's House
, 2404 Braxton Cove
It's time for our annual Halloween party! This is our biggest social event of the year! It will be, without a doubt, the creepiest crawly-ist Halloween party yet. The entire AOMA community is invited to come socialize and let loose a little bit. We will have food and drinks for your enjoyment. We will also have beer, wine, and mixers. If you'd like liquor you've got to bring it yourself!!
Pumpkin carving contest!
Bobbing for apples!
Live music starting at 8 followed by live DJ!
This year's festivities will be at David's house. Braxton Cove is a cul de sac off of Parker Ln. The nearest large intersection is Oltorf and I-35. Please carpool if possible! If you can't find parking on Braxton Cove, you can park on either Rockbridge Terrace or Glen Springs Way.
Green Gate Farms CSA Food Shares Now Delivered to AOMA Campus!
For the first time ever, AOMA will be serving as a pickup location for a CSA!! CSA, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture, is a system in which consumers commit to buying food from a farmer for the whole season. Each week, they get a vegetable share equivalent to about two bags of groceries. Our farm is Green Gate Farms, and the farmers there are Skip and Erin. You may remember Erin from our "How to Catch a Tomato" event -- she was one of our panelists. Erin and Skip do wonderful things at their farm besides cultivating vegetables, and they are by far the best farmers in Austin to support. For more information about their farm, visit http://greengatefarms.net.
The first delivery will be October 7th. For more information about the AOMA pickup, please see our Green Gate Farms CSA Pickup flyer
To sign up for the CSA, go to Green Gate Farms website
and click "Join Our CSA".
Bastrop Acupuncture Relief Program
AOMA is in the beginning phases of organizing efforts to provide acupuncture relief in Bastrop in the wake of the devastating fires. We are in the process of securing a location in Bastrop. When we do, we plan to offer free services probably twice a week (one weekday evening and one weekend day). Students who are interns will be welcome to volunteer under a supervisor. For now, this will not be offered as an official clinic, but an opportunity for you to participate in a community service. Students who aren’t in clinic can help with paperwork, hospitality, etc. If you are interested, please contact Sarah Bentley at email@example.com.
How To Catch A Tomato!
Other useful resources from the event:
Check out the video from Events Covered
Events Covered came to the party and put together a quick homage to good times, karaoke and sushi! Check it out below:
(Turn off HD if your video is jumpy)