2020 Littleton Seed Library Opening and Seed Swap!
The Littleton Seed Library has been restocked and is open for business!
Join us for the official opening where you can:
• Learn how to “check out” seeds for your garden
• Peruse the wide selection of vegetable, fruit, herb, greens and flower seeds
• Talk to local gardening experts for seed starting tips and tricks
• Meet fellow gardeners in the Littleton area
• Learn about the Littleton Community Farm
• Share extra seeds that you have
Where: Rubuen Hoar Library- Couper Room
When: Wednesday February 26th 7pm-8:30pm
What to bring: Extra seeds, questions and enthusiasm for gardening
Questions? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seed Library Event is sponsored by the Reuben Hoar Public Library.
Please register online.
2020 Littleton Seed Library ~ Adventures in Seed Starting
There’s nothing like the taste of homegrown vegetables and the varieties are endless when you start your plants from seed. Whether you’re new to gardening or a vegetable growing veteran, join us for an interactive session of seed starting tips and tricks. Attendees will have the opportunity to plant some seeds from the Seed Library and take them home. We have almost 4000 seed packets available for our local residents to check out. There is an extensive selection of vegetables, greens, herbs, fruits and flowers so everyone will find something that they are looking for.
On Wed Feb. 26th from 7:00 pm -8:30 pm, we are going to have an Official Seed Library Opening. This will be an informal seed swap, open house to check out seeds, and a forum for “asking a local gardener” questions about your gardening challenges.
Back by popular demand, Judith Taylor will be teaching a class on seed starting Saturday March 7th from 10:30-12:00 sponsored by the Littleton Library.
Instructor: Judith Taylor
Judith has been gardening in Massachusetts for over 20 years and has hands on experience with growing all sorts of perennials, fruits and vegetables as well as landscape design. She enjoys sharing her passion with new gardeners as well as exchanging tips and tricks with those more experienced. She is using her experience from teaching classes at many local universities to spread the word on seed starting and saving to inspire people to get hooked on gardening!
Couper Room of the Reuben Hoar Library
41 Shattuck St, Littleton, MA 01460
A donation to LCF is encouraged and appreciated, but if your financial situation does not allow it, please know that no donation is required to sign up.
Littleton Community Farm is pleased to announce our spring fundraising event, Empty Bowls.
The April 25th 2020 Cancelled. Next Event Fall 2020 Date to be announced
The event will take place at Orange Door Kitchen, 251 Arlington St, West, Acton MA from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Saturday, April 25, 2019. This is a ticketed event.
Guests will savor hearty soups and will take home a handcrafted bowl as a reminder of their efforts to combat hunger. The Empty Bowls event is an opportunity to learn about and to engage the community in a conversation about hunger in and around this area.
A featured speaker will speak about hunger in and around our area. Ticket price per person: $35. Space is limited and a cash bar is available. Tickets will cover the cost of the event. We encourage donations to make this event successful and support the farm.
Anyone interested for more information about Empty Bowls event or Littleton Community Farm may contact Amy Tarlow-Lewis, Founder and Board Member at email@example.com
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