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Getting Kids In The Garden!

Getting Kids in the Garden!

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Date:

May 15

Time:

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/getting-kids-in-the-garden-tickets-60205945604
Organizer

SPUD.ca | Blush Lane Organic Market | Be Fresh Local

Website: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/spudca-blush-lane-organic-market-be-fresh-local-12268249783
Venue

Blush Lane Organic Market Marda Loop

2044 33 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 1Z4

Calgary, AB, CA, T2T 1Z4

We are excited to have Poppy Innovations join us for an interactive adult + child seed planting class! Bring your children and join us on May 15 to learn about the benefits of getting kids in the garden (or involved in any planting) and some quick tips on kickstarting this. During this event you and your children will learn about the functions of soil and the role of sunlight, water and nutrients in plant growth. Everyone will get  some seeds to take home and watch them grow!


Space is limited and registration is necessary for each adult and child. The cost is $10 per person, which will be reimbursed as a $10 Blush Lane coupon per attendee.  


Attendees will receive a 15% discount on registration for Poppy Innovations’ Kids Garden Club. The 10-session garden club is at the Parkdale Community Association, kicking off on May 29th (planting day) and then running every Wednesday in July and August. 


About Poppy Innovations:



Poppy Innovations believes empowering people to make healthy food choices is the recipe for building healthy communities. They are a social enterprise that delivers public programs centered on cooking and gardening in Calgary and the surrounding area. Their public programs and ‘gate to plate’ classes teach adults, children, and families to grow and harvest their own produce, can and preserve, and cook healthy and delicious meals. 


Poppy Innovations also offer “Edible Education” for schools and Home School Programs in Calgary and the surrounding area.  Using food through culinary and gardening experiences right in the classroom provides experiential learning for K – 6 curricula. 


Their mission is to reduce the incidence of diet-related disease by empowering people to develop food skills and nutritional knowledge to make healthier eating choices. 







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