Join neighbors and community leaders for a Fall Harvest at 4th Street Farms this SATURDAY, Sept 23 from 1-3 located at 1377 N. 4th Street. All are welcome to harvest what you will eat (or donate to the garden to distribute) and give back what you can. It’s a great opportunity to meet neighbors, enjoy the outdoors and engage in our community.
Garden goals are to harvest what is ripe, plant what we can, weed where it needs it, and repair paths, as well as help organize the Little Free Library. Dress to work outside.
Please feel free to bring a book, canned goods or toiletries (like soap and feminine products) to donate to the Little Free Library and Pantry. It serves all our neighbors in Weinland Park and all the surrounding Short North and University District, so we hope you’ll join in giving and taking as you want.
Sewing Circle will be on site with some activities for kids of all ages.
Everything at 4th Street Farms from all the food grown and volunteer events to the kids storytime programs with Charity Romero-Rose from A Good Start and Sewing Circle with Emily Westenhouser are offered free of charge to all people. We serve as volunteers in Weinland Park, our neighborhood, to connect to the larger community. This takes resources like grants, volunteer time and donations. So, we will be taking pictures and video during this event to document what we are doing for the grants and donors to tell the story of our work at 4th Street Farms and Weinland Park. We invite you to participate and feel free to take pictures yourself and tell your neighbors to come join the community. Feel free to tell us what 4th Street Farms means to you or how living in Weinland Park has changed you.
Donations to the Little Free Library and Pantry are always welcome. This feature is by the alley in the garden. Feel free to visit anytime!
If you cannot make it to the event or want to support us in other ways, check out the 4th Street Farms Shop for t-shirts, aprons, mugs, and other items that support the garden space. Proceeds go directly to support 4th Street Farms.