Come celebrate the community that has transformed a vacant lot on East Grand into a beautiful garden!
Saturday, November 3, 2012
10 AM – 2 PM
7446 East Grand
In three years, individuals from over 45 schools have dug in the dirt, gardeners from over 28 neighborhoods have grown their own food, and people representing 21 countries have visited and contributed to the Promise of Peace Garden.
Charles Plummer, Culinary Director of The Youth Village, will be preparing fresh plates for a $10 donation, Macon Hatton will be strumming his guitar and Mara Black will be doing yoga on the stage.
We will be selling raffle tickets for $1 each for a chance to win beautiful gifts such as 10 Mind and Body Classes at Spa Exhale and we will also hold a 50:50 raffle. Not sure what a 50:50 raffle is? Come to the garden to find out!
There will also be free beer and champagne to toast the next three years.
While at the garden, learn about our new organic Urban Farm POP-OP, sign up for cooking classes and purchase locally hand-crafted stocking stuffers that Plant it Forward!!
There is plenty of parking around the the POP Garden — look for the signs.