Upcoming Events

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April 29th

7:30 PM

Welcome Zoom meeting

We would like to invite all of you to attend a Zoom meeting this Thursday, April 29th at 7:30 pm. We expect the meeting will take about an hour.

 

This meeting will have a two-fold purpose—first to make important announcements about upcoming events and go over, once again, gardening guidelines. The other will be to give everyone the opportunity to “meet” their fellow gardeners. Creating community is an important part of our goal in the garden and putting names to faces is a crucial first step.

 

To access the meeting use the link below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88936735190?pwd=aEJlS2ppbTIzSnhLZldyWHdYaG1XQT09

and use the passcode: Spring

 

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday. 

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Cheryl

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May 1st and May 2nd

12 PM to 4 PM

Seedling Sale

Don't miss the opportunity to get some organically grown seedlings and to support our beautiful community garden.

Check our seedlings for sale tab for a list of available plants

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Cleide

Water Filter Maintenance

May 1st and May 2nd

12 PM t0 4 PM

Water Traning

A steady supply of water is key to successful gardening. Our watering system is very easy to use but we want to make sure everybody knows how to use it well. So, every year we train all of our gardeners on how to properly handle our water system before we give them access to the water box.

On May 1st and May 2nd, from 12 PM to 4 PM, our advisory committee members will be at the garden to train our gardeners. Remember, only trained gardeners will have access to the water box.

See you then!

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Alex

May 1st and May 2nd

12 PM to 4 PM

Seeds giveaway

Every year, with help from the Trustees, the CHRCG committee is happy to offer free seeds to our gardeners.

Seeds available:

(3) Basil, Genovese

(5) Beans, Cherokee yellow wax

(2) Beets, Detroit dark red

(4) Carrots, Scarlet nantes

(2) Cilantro coriander

(2) Cucumbers, Points

(1) Cucumbers, Muncher

(3) Cucumbers, National pickling

(2) Dill, Long Island mammoth

(1) Kale, Dwarf Blue Curled Vates

(2) Mustard, Broadleaf

(2) Lettuce, Grand Rapids leaf

(2) Peas, Sugar snap

(2) Spinach, Bloomingdale

(2) Squash, Dark green zucchini

(1) Squash, Early prolific straightneck

(2) Squash, Table queen acorn

(2) Squash, Waltham butternut

(3) Turnip, Purple top white

(2) Watermelon, Sugar baby

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Sunny

May 16th

10 AM to 12 PM

Spring Cleaning

2021 Gardening season is about to start and what is a better way to kick things off than with a Spring Cleaning!

This year, our clean-up day will be May 16th, when each gardener will be responsible for a specific task. However, due to the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our gardeners will also have the option to do their tasks at their own pace, as long as tasks are done by clean-up day.

Check out the list of clean up tasks on our Educational Blog

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Hannah

May 17th to October 18th

at dusk

Water monitoring

* Chris: May 17 - May 23

* Robin: May 24 - May 30

* Sunny: May 31 - June 6

* Christine: June 7 - June 13

* Ugur: June 14 - June 20

* Cleide: June 21 - June 27

* Wade: June 28 - July 4

* Lydia: July 5 - July 11

* Carl: July 12 - July 18

* Alex: July 19 -July 25

* Hannah/Tio: July 26 - August 1

* Stephen: August 2 - August 8

* Frank: August 9 - August 15

* Cheryl: August 16 - August 22

* Samantha: August 23 - August 29

* Amina: August 30 - September 5

* Julia: September 6 - September 12

* Elena: September 13 - September 19

* Sarah: September 20 - September 26

* Laura: September 27 - October 3

* Patrick: October 4 - October 10

* Ethan: October 11 - October 18

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Hannah