Sunday, July 9, 2017

Independent Sales Reps Wanted for the Owl Creek Gazette!

If you love the Owl Creek Gazette ... this could be the perfect opportunity for you!

Friday, June 30, 2017

The JULY 1017 Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is Hot Off the Press!

We invite you to enjoy the July 2017 issue of the Owl Creek Gazette in print and online.To read online, visit our CURRENT ISSUE page.

Friday, June 2, 2017

The June 2017 Issue is Ready to Read in Print and Online!

We're pleased to be featuring the life and work of some amazing people in this month's issue of the Owl Creek Gazette ... and, yep,  we're "Getting Our Creek On" in June too! 

Update: We invite you to click on the Archived Issues page to begin your read!

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Creekside with Don and Jan

We truly enjoy doing our weekly "Creekside with Don and Jan" podcast. We love being able to feature unique ideas, talented individuals, and one-of-a-kind events, as well as being able to keep in touch with our Owl Creek Gazette readers between publications! So it warms our hearts when we see our podcast receive such great stats: Yesterday showed us ranking at #43 in Podomatic's Society and Culture Section ... today finds us at #35 and still on the rise! Plus our ranking overall is exciting as well! A BIG THANKS to all of you who tune in, share the link, and support the show! 

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Our May 2017 Issue is Out and Ready to Read!

Yes ... you can read the May issue of the Owl Creek Gazette in print or online.

Update: We invite you to click on the Archived Issues page to begin your read!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Join Us for Our Mother's Day Open House Tea

We'll have a variety of our "Tea by Two" blends
available for tasting and for purchasing. Here is an example:

“A Mother’s Love” was the name of our Tea by Two blend for May 2016. The quote that inspired this unique blend is: "A mother's love is like a cup of tea, both are always there to comfort you." -- Anonymous The tea’s ingredients are green tea, hibiscus, raspberry leaf, motherwort, oatstraw, roses, lemongrass. A bit about the tea: Just as a mother’s love is enduring, encouraging, and a warm embrace, the herbs in this months tea reflect many of those same qualities. Motherwort is known for its nourishing and strengthening qualities. Many of the herbs are particularly helpful for women, but this tea is for everyone. 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Our OCG Self-Reliant and Sustainability Home Show Was Something to Crow About!

The refurbished OCG Expo to Home Show sign was looking good as it
directed folks to this year's event.


Don and Jan Stover, Co-editors and Publishers of the Owl Creek Gazette, posed with this eye-catching 6 foot tall rooster in front of the American Farm Heritage Museum the day of the OCG Home Show -- Saturday, April 8, 2017


A Photo Recap of Our Home Show Presenters and Demonstrations

Presenters:Tim Hastings and Terry Winklemann

Tim Hastings, a freelance writer and founder of Testaments, an oral history writing service,  shared his father's (Robert J. Hastings) wit and wisdom (as well as excerpts from his father's book, "A Nickel's Worth of Skim Milk") presented as Lessons Learned from the Great Depression.

Terry Winkelmann of Slow Food St. Louis and the St. Louis Sustainable Backyard Tour, shared her experience with the Sustainable Backyard Tour (and how each of us can create a more sustainable backyard) as well as her enthusiasm for healthy eating and living
(which in turn contributes to a healthy planet).


Demonstrations by Charles Ambuehl, Lois Holthaus and Mary Pennington, and John Rezabek

How to Grow Oyster Mushrooms with Charles Ambuehl.  
The Zentangle Method with Lois Holthaus and Mary Pennington. 

The Art of Knife Sharpening with John Rezebek.


PLUS tune in to Episode 219 of Creekside with Don and Jan for a lively recap of this year's
Self-Reliant and Sustainability Home Show HERE