It’s the summer term and we couldn’t be happier! Finally, a slower pace, some nice weather, and the chance to take care of all the big projects around Lunik. While we’re open as a social space all summer, the cafe is closed, which means no kitchen volunteers. But lucky for you, there are all sorts of ways to stay involved with Lunik throughout the summer. We definitely need help from our lovely community of volunteers, and here are some ways to do it!
Helping out in the community garden is a great way to give back to Lunik, and get some solid skills out of the deal. This summer, we want to put together some working groups to get volunteers acquainted with our garden and more confident in their skills. But we also encourage you to help out on your own time. Want to get outside for a little bit? Pop over and pull some weeds or water the herbs. It’s a big help to have some extra hands out back whenever you get the chance.
If you are interested in volunteering in the garden, keep your eyes out on the volunteer and general Facebook pages for information on working groups. We hope to have our first one soon, as a nice little introduction! You can also shoot us an email to express your interest and get some more info, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cleaning the Space
Lunik is a purely social space during the summer, which means that we really rely on all of you to take responsibility for keeping the space tidy. If the dishwasher is clean, unload some dishes. Tables looking kind of dirty? Wipe ’em down! Cleaning up around Lunik is a great way to take ownership of the space, because remember, you are a partial owner of your co-operative!
Lunik could use some freshening up, which means a new coat of paint. At some point this summer we want to get a group together to help repaint the walls, so if you’re interested, keep it in mind! We’ll be posting on the Facebook page with dates once we know a little more.
It’s going to be a great summer, and we would love to have you on board! So relax, enjoy some well-deserved downtime, and we hope to see you around Lunik.