Milagro Allegro Community Garden
115 S. Avenue 56
Highland Park (Los Angeles)
(Behind the Highland Park Theater)
Calendar of Events for September 2010
* September 19 – Organic Sundays, 4-5pm “What to Sow & Transplant this Fall”
* September 25 – Fresh from the Garden, 4-5pm This month’s topic: “Squash”
* September 26 – Garden Swap, 5-6:30pm
September 19 – Organic Sundays, 4-5pm “What to Sow & Transplant this Fall”
Eating locally and organically is important, and in Los Angeles we are fortunate to be able to grow delicious, nutritious and organic fresh food year-round. Join us for “Organic Sundays” – an incredible and stimulating series of organic edible garden workshops every third Sunday of the month held at Milagro Allegro Community Garden in Highland Park.
With Fall fast approaching, this month’s class will focus on how and what to sow and transplant this Fall. Master Gardener Milli Macen-Moore, will also be giving FREE organic edible, non-GMO Fall/Winter seeds!! Plan to get your hands in the dirt, and bring your baggies, and markers for your seed treasures.
Master Gardener Milli will also be available one hour before class to answer your gardening questions.
Join us for this month’s Organic Sundays class “What to Sow & Transplant this Fall”
Sunday, September 19, 2010, 4:00-5:00pm (English), 5:30 – 6:30pm (Espanol)
Suggested donation $10, no one turned away for funds
Check out our informational flyers in English or Spanish for more info.
September 25 – Fresh from the Garden, 4-5pm This month’s topic: “Squash”
We invite you and your family to take part in “Fresh from the Garden” – free nutrition workshops and cooking demonstrations being held every fourth Saturday of the month at Milagro Allegro Community Garden in Highland Park.
This month we will discuss the health benefits of eating fresh squash, how to properly harvest, store and how to healthfully prepare them. Take home a delicious healthy recipe to share with your family and friends!
Join us for September’s “Fresh from the Garden” focus on Squash.
September 25, 2010, 4:00-5:00pm
September 26 – Garden Swap, 5-6:30pm
Do you have a surplus of fresh veggies, seedlings, or garden tools? Have you ever thought of swapping your goods for something you need? Now’s our chance! Let’s gather our goods and exchange for FREE! Seeds, worms, compost, plants, fresh vegetables, innovative gardening ideas, food recipes, worm tea, tools, magazines, and books, are welcome. Master Gardener, Milli Macen-Moore will also be onsite and happy to answer all of your gardening questions.
Monthly Garden Swap
Sunday, September 26, 5pm-6:30pm
Swapping begins at 5:30pm! Don’t be late!