HALIFAX – Despite a mix of messy Spring and Winter-like weather today, the gardening season is just around the corner and it is time to get inventive.
This weekend the Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield is holding its 13th Annual Seedy Saturday on April 2nd from 2pm – 4pm at the Captain William Spry Community Centre in Halifax. This popular event is for new and experienced gardeners of all ages, alike.
The annual event encourages swapping seeds and buying seeds, picking up Seaweed compost and other organic supplies, or taking advantage of free gardening advice from experts.
WHAT: Seedy Saturday
WHEN: Saturday, April 2nd, 2pm – 4pm
WHERE: Captain William Spry Community Centre, 10 Kidston Road, Halifax
HOW MUCH: Free
For more information or to book a table, contact Jean or phone 902- 477-2933.
The Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield aims to commemorate the agricultural heritage of Spryfield; to facilitate food production in the urban area; to serve as an adjunct teaching venue for local schools in natural and social sciences, the arts and family economics; and, to strengthen the traditional social fabric of Spryfield.
Photo by hyfen.