Join Sustainable Bellingham’s Roving Garden Party series, where volunteers help their neighbors create an edible garden. These fun events consist of approximately 90 minutes of gardening, followed by a shared meal. Everyone is welcome!
To get on the mailing list to hear about future SB Roving Garden Parties and other local events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Where: 717 North Forest St., the Alternative Library. From downtown, head towards Fairhaven on Garden street, turn right on Ivy street, head down steep hill, Veer left up N. Forest, the house is on your right with rope swing and raised beds out front. Park on Forest or Garden St. Meet in back yard. Map: http://g.co/maps/fwk3m.
** When: Tuesday, April 10th, 5:30-7:00 work, 7:00 meal.
** Requested Items to Bring: Tools to remove blackberries (three prong hoe, shovel) gloves, shears.
** Tasks: We will be removing black berries to expand our growing garden.
** Food: A main course of something gluten free and vegan, likely a meal of nettle potato stew will be served, with rice.
** Host: Eric Schmitz, 360-734-2735.
** Questions: email Jean at artiseverywhere [at] yahoo [dot] com, or email@example.com.
View future Roving Garden Parties and other events on Sustainable Bellingham’s Community Calendar:http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/events/.
If you’re interested in hosting a Roving Garden Party at your home or community garden, email Jean at artiseverywhere [at] yahoo [dot] com. We ask that you be prepared to provide a meal for ~10-15, and that you give back by volunteering at another Roving Garden Party.
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