How to Raise Your Own Chickens | SUN, FEB 14 & 28, 2016 | 1:00–3:30PM
Lafayette resident, “Papa John” Kiefer, will again be offering
workshops that will include raising young chicks, laying hen maintenance, and sustainable coop construction.
There will be two FREE workshops offered and these will be held in Lafayette from 1:00PM to 3:30PM.
- Sunday, February 14, 2016
- Sunday, February 28, 2016
Reservations are required | Contact: email@example.com
The Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center invites you to
our 4th Annual Fall Harvest Celebration | Sunday, October 18
Please join us from 11AM to 3PM at the garden to share in the celebration!
Garden Tours | Games | Displays Refreshments
Music | Raffle | Native American Dwelling and Artifacts
Scarecrow and Apple Doll Making
Check out the UC Master Gardeners of Contra Costa County Plant Sale and Workshop.
The 2015 GET DRY Plant Sale and Workshop will be held September 26, 2015 at the corner of North Wiget Lane and Shadelands Drive in Walnut Creek.
For a free plant, Register!
Join us Sunday, September 13, 2015 from 3:00 to 4:30PM for Gardening All Year: Prepping Your Garden for Fall plus a special bonus: Beginners’ Lesson on Seed Saving.
Lori Caldwell, aka CompostGal, will go over techniques to help transitioning your garden for Fall: seed saving, crop rotation, soil amending, cool-weather edible crops, sheet mulching and planting natives.
Participants: To practice techniques of seed saving, please bring seed heads, pods, fruit, etc. to prepare and trade with others for a simple seed swap. In the interest of diversity, please bring only heirloom and/or open pollinated seed varieties.
Interested? Register here.
Our very own founder has been invited to speak at Lafayette Historical Society’s Speaker Series that focuses on the importance of water resources in our community!
Janet Thomas has lived in Lafayette for 31 years, a couple of blocks from Reliez Creek. She developed an environmental science course for the Acalanes Unified High School District and used the creek which borders the school and its surroundings as an outdoor classroom.
She is now involved with the Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center, which is adjacent to Lafayette Creek. Her community involvement today makes use of her research and teaching experience in the Acalanes High School District as well as Mills College and the University of California at Berkeley.
Sunday, August 16, 2015 | 1:30PM
Lafayette Library & Learning Center, Community Hall
Donations: LHS Members $10, Non-Members $15
Children under 14 free with paying adult
For reservations or additional information, contact LHS:
Phone: (925) 283-1848
The Lafayette Community Garden is pleased to host a composting workshop with the Central Contra Costa Waste Authority. Come to this FREE lecture-style workshop covering the basics of backyard composting, including, hot/cold composting, mulching, grasscycling and Vermicomposting (worms!), with plenty of time for Q&A and troubleshooting.
Saturday, August 8, 2015 | 3:00–4:30PM
Lafayette Community Garden and outdoor Learning Center
3942 Mount Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA
Reservations for the workshop is required! For questions, or to register by phone, call (925) 906-1801 x306.
Come for the final installation of Sustainable Lafayette‘s summer film series at the Lafayette Library & Learning Center on Tuesday, July 28th from 6:30p to 8:30PM in the Community Hall. Free snacks, cookies, coffee, and refreshments will be served. $10 donation requested. $5 for students.
“Just Eat It” – Tuesday, July 28th – 6:30pm
We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash?
Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. After catching a glimpse of the billions of dollars of good food that is tossed each year in North America, they pledge to quit grocery shopping cold turkey and survive only on foods that would otherwise be thrown away. In a nation where one in 10 people is food insecure, the images they capture of squandered groceries are both shocking and strangely compelling. But as Grant’s addictive personality turns full tilt towards food rescue, the ‘thrill of the find’ has unexpected consequences.