Katie McFall, of Three Sisters Community Project, shows off the elegantly hand-painted compost bin at the group’s green tent at West End Wednesday. She and Ash Syphrett supplied with information about soil health and compost and helped children make adorable creatures with discarded toilet paper cardboard. The Three Sisters Community Project will transform WEW organics into compost on a nearby farm, then use it at the Levy Learning Community Garden in the courtyard secreted between Brick House Pizza and Tapestry Massage. The young organization is hosting the garden’s first planting party next Thursday, July 18, at 1:30 p.m.

Mercedes Scales

RADFORD Va — The weather didn’t look promising on Wednesday evening, but that didn’t stop more than 100 locals coming out to check out West End Wednesdays, which was held at Glencoe Museum (600 Unruh Dr.) in Radford.

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