Reminder: Garden Curious Gathering is Mon PM

19 Feb

What: Get to Know the Garden and the Gardeners (+ sip wine!)

Why: Pre-Season Planning, Volunteer Recruiting

When: Monday, Presidents’ Day, 6:45 pm to 7:45 pm*

Are you interested in getting involved with CV garden planning and care? Can you step up once or twice a week to do one of many small daily tasks required, such as watering or checking the irrigation timer or inspecting leaves for signs of disease? Or take care of things like prepping treatment spray bottles when your schedule allows. We need you too!

We’re hosting a causal garden committee meeting on Monday Feb 20th, from 6:45pm to 7:45pm in the community room. We will chat about hopes for the upcoming season and see how many volunteers are willing and able to help.

Wine will be served!

If you think you might want to get your hands dirty this year, or are curious about how it all works, please stop by! 

If you’ve volunteered in the past, come and bring a curious neighbor! The garden is a great way to meet your CV neighbors and get to know the community. All residents are welcome — no green thumbs are required.

As in previous years, we hope to hold a seed-starting workshop, snap pea planting activities, flower transplanting, worm hunting, butterfly conservation and more — but we cannot do these things without community participation and volunteer energy.

The goal of the get together is to see who can help this spring, and what our top priorities are.

Pollinator-supporting flowers?  Culinary herbs?  Vegetables?  Tomatoes?

Tell us at the meeting or send an email message to cvearthlab@gmail.com

*We hope to hold an additional early evening mixer later this month for others who cannot attend, looking at Tues Feb 28 @545pm. Thx!

All Residents Are Invited to Participate in the CVEarthlab Community Garden

Located behind 195 Adams Street, inside the children’s playarea, CVEarthlab is a self-funded, community vegetable garden open to all residents of Concord Village. We welcome all ages and all experience levels. Residents with or without small children can take part. Over the years we’ve found that the more people who participate, the easier and more fun it is. Teamwork makes the dream work!

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