A Morning for Plants

This Saturday, March 28th, we invite you to come to help plant some seeds.  We’ll be starting celery, leeks, tomatoes… and you’re welcome to come lend a hand.  If you’ve never done this before, this’ll be a good opportunity to see how & why this is done.  But if you can’t make it on Saturday don’t despair – in early April we’ll be starting another round of seeds (and perhaps several other times throughout the spring).

12 noon, meet in the lobby of the Irving Centre. Hope to see you!

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