Time: April 15, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm
Street: 7553 Eason Rd.
Website or Map: https://goo.gl/maps/mTpXq
Event Type: garden, work, party, shared, meal
Organized By: Sustainable Bellingham
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2014
SB Roving Garden Party - 4/15 - 6:00pm
Join Sustainable Bellingham's 6th annual 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 rgp [at] sustainablebellingham [dot] org.
** Where: The Beauty of Bodhi creek and pond ~ 7553 Eason Rd. Kendall WA - carpooling encouraged
** Carpool: Meet at 5:30 in parking lot of Public Market.
** When: Tuesday, 4/15, 6:00-9:00pm.
** Requested Items to Bring: hori knives, small shovels, trowels, hand clippers, wheel barrows, debris buckets, your own work gloves.
** Tasks: cleaning out two 30 ft long raised garden beds, and pots with dead plants for repotting food stuffs, 55 gal barrel of strawberries needs some winter debris removal.
** Food: Kendall/Maple Falls FRESH water - bring containers for take home water as desired. GF Soup, hearty bread and dessert.
** Host: Jamie Jedinak - fourwindsflowers [at] yahoo [dot] com.
** Questions: email Jean at artiseverywhere [at] yahoo [dot] com, or rgp [at] sustainablebellingham [dot] org.
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 pay it forward by volunteering at at least two future Roving Garden Parties. More information available here: http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/roving-garden-parties/.
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