York Region’s Third Annual Seedy Saturday
On Saturday, March 7, come out and join garden enthusiasts and foodies for York Region’s third annual Seedy Saturday event to shop, learn and munch!
Saturday, March 7
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Toronto Waldorf School
9100 Bathurst St. in Thornhill
North of Highway 7, south of Rutherford Road
- Seed starting for kids
- Yoga for gardeners
- Talking Trash seminar on reducing food waste in your home
- Money-saving tips
The Village Market — featuring more than 20 vendors — offers a wide selection of organic farmers’ meats, veggies, fruits/juices, sprouts, olives and oils, baked goods, gluten-free products, coffee and skin care.
Seeds (heirloom and organic) and garden supplies will be available. If you have any seeds saved from last year, we welcome you to bring them to the community seed exchange. If you have used gardening books that you no longer need or want, please bring them to the exchange.
SEE YOU AT SEEDY SATURDAY!
There is no admission charge or fees for the activities being offered, however, a donation to York Region Food Network is greatly appreciated.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-841-3101, ext. 205.
See you at Seedy Saturday!
Lynne H. Koss
Founder, Seeds For Change
VAUGHAN’S COMMUNITY GARDENS
Community gardens on municipal land are places where City of Vaughan residents and employees of Vaughan-based businesses can meet to grow and care for fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and native and ornamental plants.
The City of Vaughan is committed to preserving, protecting and enhancing Vaughan’s natural and built environment through responsible leadership and innovative policies, practices and education, and recognizes that the principles of sustainability must be incorporated into our activities. Community gardens positively contribute to environmental, social and economic sustainability.
Visit the City of Vaughan’s website at vaughan.ca.