Built by youth at the Oregon Youth Authority and painted and decorated by our local Daisies Troop, our Little Free Library is finished and installed by our mailboxes at Painters Hall! The Pringle Creek neighbors planned it and Paco put it in place. Thanks to all for such a great team effort!
Books go in tomorrow!
These year-old runner ducks are our latest residents. They just arrived over the weekend. They're a little skittish, getting used to their new surroundings and to us. They're very sweet and will provide our residents with eggs and entertainment.
They are well known for their egg-laying ability, laying more consistently than hens and for a longer season. They are in a pen on the chicken run while they acclimate.
Come over for a visit!
Right now, Pringle Creek Community, the Pacific Northwest's premier sustainable community, is offering selected lots at a deeply discounted rate for a limited time. Our lots are all build-ready and come with our many, wonderful amenities such as 12 acres of shared, open space, an edible landscape (blueberries, orchards), a community hall, and guest cottage. This offer ends April 30th.
Visit us! We'd love to meet you.
Salsa is Back by Popular Demand!
Friday, February 13th, come and learn how to dance, dance, dance! Learn some new moves just in time to go out and top off your Valentine's night with some suave salsa dancing.
Paco, a very talented, experienced dance teacher, will teach you how to shake and move.
Come with a friend or by yourself - and meet new friends!
Salsa starts at 6:00 and finishes at 8:00. Class is only $5!
Please let us know you're coming.
Call or email to reserve a space!
503-315-1055 or email@example.com
3911 Village Center Dr SE, Salem
Composting is a way of life at Pringle Creek Community. In Painters Hall Cafe, all organic waste generated through preparing and consuming meals is set aside in compost containers and turned into soil through our 'Dirt Works' worm bin composting program in our glasshouses. Eventually our compost goes into our garden beds, nourishing our soil, feeding our plants - and us! Our community residents also contribute to our collective composting.
It was gratifying to see a January 29, 2015 Statesman Journal article discussing how composting food waste also decreases methane released into our atmosphere. Methane is a very powerful greenhouse gas, with a ...