Harvest Festival

YOU’RE INVITED TO GET TO KNOW US BETTER

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If you’ve driven by recently, you may have noticed that our garden is lush with harvest. We continue to be blessed with a diverse, energetic, positive community of garden members and supporters who have helped bring the garden and learning center together.

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2013 Harvest Celebration – Schedule

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2013 Harvest Celebration

October 20, 2013  Noon to 3pm

Schedule of Events

NOON   WELCOME

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PICNIC AREA: ONGOING CHILDRENS ACTIVITIES

12:-00 – 2:15

Vegetable Prints/ Fragrant Sachets/ Plant Starts from Seeds/

Corn Husk Dolls/ Scavenger Hunt

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GARDEN ENTRANCE : MUSIC AND RAFFLE

12:30 -1pm    Gary Peare, Ukelele Instructor, Lamorinda Music

1:30 – 2pm    The Second Calling, Folk, Americana, Bluegrass Music

2:15 pm         Raffle Drawing  You don’t need to be present to win

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FRONT GATE: GARDEN and NATURE TRAIL TOURS

12:15   1:00.  1:45

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WEST END EDUCATION AREA: WORKSHOPS
12:15 – 1:00   Scarecrow Building with Sharon Anduri

1:00 – 1:30    Worm Composting with Lori Caldwell

1:45 – 2:15     Solar Cooking with Rennie Archibald

2:30 – 3:00     Drumming Circle

 

Fall Harvest Celebration – 10/20

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Join us for the Lafayette Community Garden Fall Harvest Celebration Sunday, October 20 – Noon to 3 PM.

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We hope you will join us at the Garden to share in the celebration.

$5/Individual or $10/family donation requested

Garden Tours / Informal Classes

Local Musicians / Scavenger Hunt

Raffle / Art Projects for All Ages

Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Education Center opened last spring after three years in development.  Located on EBMUD land across from the Lafayette Reservoir, it has become a beautiful site where community members grow food collaboratively, participate in workshops about sustainable practices and harvest and share food.  The garden is being developed as a place where all community members can visit, witness and learn about a thriving garden and the native plants that part of the Lafayette Cree’s riparian ecosystem.

Parking for the Harvest Festival this Sunday

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Garden Parking – Harvest Festival – October 14, 2012 – Noon – 3:00 PM