Events & Workshops
City People’s Garden Store offers free workshops for the community throughout the year. Topics range from edible gardening to pruning to designing holiday containers. Workshops are held in the Garden Store.
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2019 Line Up
We will schedule classes as long as we have a site to hold them! Please e-mail us if you plan to attend one of our workshops. Dates below may change.
- Everlasting Arrangements from the Garden, October 19th
- Putting the Garden to Bed, October 26th
- Terrarium Techniques, November 2nd
Everlasting Arrangements from the Garden
Saturday, October 19th, 11 am – noon
Interested in adorning your home for the autumn and winter? Look no further than the seedpods and turning leaves in the garden. Join Agnes P. Cwalina of Flowers Sow Urban as she demonstrates the mechanics of using botanical material for an indoor or outdoor everlasting arrangement. The demo will cover dried vased arrangements, table runners, and wreaths.
Putting the Garden to Bed
Saturday, October 26th, 11 am – noon
City People’s Garden Store co-owner Jose Gonzales will follow in Richard Greenberg’s footsteps and lead this annual class on what to do at the end of the growing season to help your garden through the winter months. You’ll learn what to cut back, what to leave alone, how why and where to apply compost and mulch, and what winter vegetables you can sow for spring harvest.
Saturday, November 2nd, 11 am – noon
In this class our resident terrarium creator, Connor Farrell, will discuss and demonstrate how to put together a charming plant Terrarium. He will go over container requirements, soils and amendments needed, plants that can be put together, and how to design for effect and longevity. Connor will be on hand after the demo to help class participants choose plants for their own creation at home.