Mar
6
Wed
Adventures in Seed Starting & Official launch of the 2019 Littleton Seed Library @ Couper Room of the Reuben Hoar Library
Mar 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Adventures in Seed Starting & Official launch of the 2019 Littleton Seed Library!

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.

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!

Location:
Couper Room of the Reuben Hoar Library
41 Shattuck St, Littleton, MA 01460

Pre-registration is required.
Please register for the event HERE.

If you need more information, please email ronit@littletoncommunityfarm.org

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.

Mar
18
Mon
Tea Time with Mamta @ Kitchen of the Congregational Church
Mar 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

We all want to drink something warm in the winter season. What can be better than to sip a nice cup of hot tea.
Join Mamta Sharma to learn how to make several varieties of teas including ginger tea, Masala/Spicy tea with milk, Mint tea, lemon tea and other herbal teas that can help keep away the cold.
She will also show how to prepare few delicious tea sandwiches that pair well with some of the teas.

Instructor: Mamta Sharma
Mamta is a part time yoga instructor and full time mom to her 3 year old. She loves cooking traditional and simple Indian recipes for her family and friends

Location: Kitchen of the Congregational Church on 330 King Street in Littleton,MA.

Please, sign up at https://littletoncommunityfarm.org/events/

Pre-registration is required.
Class size is limited to 20 participants.

If you need more information or have allergy concerns, please email ronit@littletoncommunityfarm.org

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.

Mar
30
Sat
Calling All Volunteers @ Couper Room, Reuben Hoar Library
Mar 30 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Be part of Littleton Community Farm’s mission and our team of volunteers!

We need helping hands for general farm work, seed propagation, harvesting, at the CSA distribution, for writing and marketing tasks, as volunteer coordinator, for grant finding and writing, social media, and at fundraising events and classes, and more.

Come explore how your skills can serve families in our area.

LCF’s new farmer Matt, the board, and other volunteers will be there to tell you more. We hope you will join us!

Apr
4
Thu
Indian desserts with Rachna @ Kitchen of the Congregational Church
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Craving something sweet?  Come learn how to make some tasty quick dessert recipes as well as healthy drinks loaded with protein as we await summer.

Join Rachna Sharma to learn delicious recipes using a few basic ingredients. We will create an array of delectable desserts including the famous Indian Gulab Jamun, Rabdi and a dessert using bread.  We will also create a cooling summer drink.

Instructor: Rachna Sharma
Rachna Sharma is a dance instructor and a financial analyst. She developed cooking interests when she was 4 and tried to explore new recipes ever since. She recently took up catering in a local store and her cooking was well received.

Location: Kitchen of the Congregational Church on 330 King Street, Littleton, MA.

Please, sign up at https://littletoncommunityfarm.org/events/
Pre-registration is required.

Class size is limited to 10 participants.

If you need more information or have allergy concerns, please email ronit@littletoncommunityfarm.org

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.

Apr
13
Sat
Empty Bowls @ Orange Door Kitchen
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Littleton Community Farm is pleased to announce our spring fundraising event, Empty Bowls.

The event will take place at Orange Door Kitchen, 251 Arlington St, West, Acton MA from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Saturday, April 13, 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.

Featured speaker Patricia Stern, Executive Director of Loaves and Fishes, will speak about hunger in and around our area. Ticket price person: $35. Space is limited and no tickets will be sold at the door. 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 Development Volunteer at amy@littletoncommunityfarm.org

Apr
28
Sun
Composting @ Littleton Community Farm
Apr 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Composting Class
Sunday, April 28th from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Littleton Community Farm, we meet at the white barn at the very end of  wilderness Rd, Littleton, MA

Join Chris Grallert, board president of Littleton Community Farm, to learn how to turn your yard waste and vegetable scraps into valuable compost that you can use to fertilize your garden.

Please, sign up HERE. Pre-registration is required. Class size is limited to 20 participants.

If you need more information or have allergy concerns, please email ronit@littletoncommunityfarm.org

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.

May
3
Fri
LCF’s Annual Seedling Sale @ Littleton Fire Department Parking lot
May 3 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

LCF’s annual seedling sale is here!

You can now order a variety of plants, all grown at LCF using organic practices. Pickup/sales days will be Friday May 3rd from 3-6 pm., and Saturday May 4th from 11-3 pm. in the Littleton Fire Department’s parking lot.

Click HERE to view the plants and order. Plants will also be for sale on 5/3 and 5/4, but there might be fewer varieties available.

Proceeds from the sale benefits LCF’s programs, and our mission to reduce food insecurity in our area. We hope you will support the farm and get some great plants in the process! The seedlings come in 3.5 inch pots that can be returned to LCF for re-use after you have moved the plants into your garden/containers.

May
4
Sat
LCF’s Annual Seedling Sale @ Littleton Fire Department Parking lot
May 4 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

LCF’s annual seedling sale is here!

You can now order a variety of plants, all grown at LCF using organic practices. Pickup/sales days will be Friday May 3rd from 3-6 pm., and Saturday May 4th from 11-3 pm. in the Littleton Fire Department’s parking lot.

Click HERE to view the plants and order. Plants will also be for sale on 5/3 and 5/4, but there might be fewer varieties available.

Proceeds from the sale benefits LCF’s programs, and our mission to reduce food insecurity in our area. We hope you will support the farm and get some great plants in the process! The seedlings come in 3.5 inch pots that can be returned to LCF for re-use after you have moved the plants into your garden/containers.