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    June 23
    Kid's Pollinator Workshop 10a-1p Attendees can learn all about a gardener's best buzzing friends. Through exhibits, demonstrations, and crafty activities throughout TCCG, attendees can learn about the art and science behind beeswax, honey, pollination, and so much more! Watch live bees up close and in action in an enclosed hive section. Meet local beekeepers from the Grand Traverse Area Beekeeping Club, inspect and try on their equipment, and see some of the super neat products made from beeswax and honey. Lots of other 'bee-inspired' fun. In partnership with the Crosshatch Beekeepers Guild of NW Lower Michigan, the Grand Traverse Area Beekeeping Club.
    FREE for Everyone
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    June 20
    Storytime in the Garden 10:30a-11:30a Join us for Storytime in the Garden - a weekly series where a TCCG volunteer reads garden-inspired stories to kiddos of all ages. Stay for coloring and crafts, or to wander the garden. All ages welcome.
    FREE for Everyone.
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    June 21
    Garden 2 Table Dinner with Sugar 2 Salt & Oryana Community Co-op 6p-9p A four-course meal and beverage pairing highlighting the produce grown on site at TC Community Garden, accented with local, artisan, and craft products from hyper-local producers and makers as prepared by the genius chefs behind Traverse City's hottest new restaurant, S2S Sugar 2 Salt's Jonathan Schleh Dayton and Stephanie Lee Wiitala. Located in the picturesque aisles of the 1.5 acres of TC Community Garden at Historic Barns Park.
    Tickets at tccggarden2table2018.eventbrite.com

Our Green Roof Structure

Thanks to all those who volunteered, donated and helped construct this new addition to the garden. We were so lucky as a garden to have NMC's Construction Technology Program construct our structure, and Inhabitect, LLC build our green roof, rain garden and lay our pourus pave. This project was possible from a generous grant from the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians through the Charter Township of Garfield. Without all the community support and help, this would not have been possible!

Our Raised Beds

In fall 2016, Bryan Lovegrove of Boy Scout Troop 33 designed and constructed a beautiful set of six ADA-compliant raised garden beds for the TCCG. This is a great start to making our garden more accessible for everyone who wishes to participate in organic gardening in a community setting.