No cost to attend – silver collection donated to Seeds of Diversity.
Buy your gardening seed, shop the crafty/local producer tables, swap seeds, and attend presentations.
Family friendly event.
A light lunch will be available as well.
For further information please contact Rene Blom at 306-922-6292 or 960-6892 or email email@example.com. Everyone is welcome!
More info coming soon!
Join us for the 22nd annual Seedy Saturday, hosted by CHEP Good Food Inc. at Station 20 West Community Enterprise Centre!
Celebrate sustainability and your love of gardening at this yearly spring event! All are welcome – this is a family-friendly event.
** Please note that we will not be at this event in person but rather someone else will have a table with a selection of our seeds for sale! **
Mark this on your calendar (always the 3rd Saturday in March) and don’t miss out on the most fun day of the year, for everything to do with gardening, healthy yards and seed saving! Please invite your friends!
The event will have displays by:
• Local seed savers
• Prairie seed companies
• Native plant collectors
• Conservation groups
• Community gardeners
• Organic growers
• Permaculture groups
• Seed exchange table
• Kids corner
Calgary Seedy Saturday is part of the worldwide Seedy Saturday/Sunday events that celebrate open-pollinated seeds. Calgary Seedy Saturday is keeping the skill of growing from seed to seed alive in Calgary. As large commercial seed companies consolidate and only offer more hybrids and patented varieties, we are increasingly losing the regionally adapted collections that have developed in our unique prairie climate.
For information or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking about gardening? big or small?
Join us at this year’s seedy Sunday.
Free presentations and demonstrations about gardening, seeds, vendors, children’s crafts and much, much more. Meat street pies food truck will be out front!
This years theme is “Grow Your Own”, seminars will run over the course of the event, starting at 1pm.
Speakers Corner – starting at 1pm, guest speakers will be discussing all aspects of our theme, “Grow Your Own”. Information will be shared on seed saving, starting your own plants, growing herbs, garden mapping and the importance of crop rotation and much more!
Children’s Activities Corner – we are happy to announce that Agriculture in the Class Room has donated materials and items for this event!
Vendors – a variety of vendors will be at the event providing a broad range of items to be purchased, from garden seeds to baking!
Seed Exchange tables – a variety of garden seeds will be available to trade, buy or give away! Bring your extra seeds to trade, sell or give away! Remember all seeds should be clearly labeled.
Lunch will be available, $5 will provide you with a bowl of chili or soup, bun, dessert and beverage (tea, coffee, water or punch)
Contact: Pat Morley, Willow Creek Community Garden Coordinator at 306-236-3462 or email email@example.com