Monday, April 29, 2013

Grand Opening Fundraiser!!

Holy Moly, after 3 years of growing, learning, and re-growing, the Filbert St. Garden is showing off a little.

Come out to the Garden on May 18th, from 2-6 pm. Help us pay our water bill and work with students and neighbors to grow more food! There will be garden tours, docented by students who helped design and plant the garden

We are going to munch on biscuits made by the amazing Blacksauce Kitchen, who are neighbors of ours in Curtis Bay. 
There will be live music by Blue Valley Farmer and by Paper Daughter, 2 local groups with fantastic talent and generous hearts.
Thanks also to the kindness of Aliceanna Winery, Infused Spreads, Bambeco, Charm City Yoga and other local businesses, we're going to have a silent auction.

Students from Ben Franklin High School will be debuting the TRIVEGGIE, their service learning project with Filbert St. Garden. The Triveggie food-cycle is a response from Curtis Bay/Brooklyn students to their neighborhood's lack of fresh food, inspired by Baltimore's rich history of food carts. 

$10/neighborhood families
Kids under 10, FREE

DIRECTIONS from Baltimore City-
     Head south! Cross the Hanover St. Bridge, follow Potee to Rt. 2 south.
Make a left at Church St. right after El Salto (muy delicioso) and the Value Village.
Continue for about a mile and make a left on W. Bay at the Farring Baybrook Park entrance.
Make your first right onto Filbert St. Garden on the right.

Can't make it but want to help? Click on that donate button to the right.

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