School Garden News
It is the final step in the process of growing the gardens that began last March when our students planted peas, lettuce, potatoes and many other crops.
The week of September 16, all 1,650 of Loveland's first-fourth grade students will be in their class gardens harvesting tomatoes, green beans, onions, celery, kohlrabi, cucumbers, carrots and other vegetables. The following week volunteers help in the school kitchen preparing the produce to be served at Harvest Lunch on Friday, Sept. 27. It's a special lunch with table cloths and flowers on the tables and fresh vegetables from the harvest.
It takes a lot of behind the scenes work to make the Harvest Lunch happen. Please help if you can. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084BA5AB28A20-fall
Granny's Harvest Celebration
An Old Fashion Fun Time for Kids and their Families!
1p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29
Lots of free activities, including:
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- Perennial Exchange
- Old Fashion Games for Kids
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