Briefs, July 29

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

• Paradise Permaculture Institute is hosting several workshops now through August: Herbal Antivirals & Tincture Making on Friday, July 31 (6 p.m., $35); and an Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk on Saturday, Aug. 22 (9 a.m., $30). For more information visit www.paradisepermaculture.org or call 222-9999. 

 

Funds are being raised for “Pizza for Police,” a pizza night for the police and sheriff’s departments, first responders, and their families. To donate, visit First Interstate Bank in Livingston, 207 S. Second St. Checks can be made to Compassionate Neighbors, with “pizza for police” written in the memo line. For more information, call DeeDee at 570-8718.

 

• Although the Livingston-Park County Public Library is open with certain restrictions, it continues offering take-out and delivery services for books, audio books, DVDs and print jobs, from noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The library asks that any donation materials be held onto until further notice. Delivery and take-out requests can be made emailing LivingstonLibraryTakeOut@gmail.com or calling 222-0862.

 

ASPEN (Abuse Support & Prevention Education Network) serves all survivors and victims of domestic and sexual violence in Park, Sweet Grass and Meagher counties. The ASPEN support line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 222-8154. ASPEN can also be reached through Facebook at www.facebook.com/aspenlivingstonmt, WhatsApp as ASPENLivingstonMT, and SnapChat as aspenlivingston.

 

• A group of individuals in Paradise Valley has formed a shopping group for the elderly in the Emigrant and Pray areas. Elderly in need of groceries, toiletries or prescriptions can call the Bank of the Rockies in Emigrant at 333-9009. Leave a name, phone number, shopping lists and date of birth for prescriptions. The shoppers will drop the items off at your doorstep, and are asking for only $5 to cover for the cost of gas.