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    July 20 & 27
    Garden Market 2p - 6p (Tentative) TCCG now offers U-Pick or We-Pick produce grown with organic gardening methods. Hyper-local, nutrient-dense, and grown with love by our membership. Open to the public. TCCG members receive a discount. This program is based on availability. Check out our Facebook page for the latest updates. During this time, you can also 'Catch Kimberly' for plot and home gardening advice.
    FREE for Everyone
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    July 21
    Pedal and Petals Workshop 10a-1p Norte! Youth Cycling helps us kick-off this event with a meet-and-greet at Darrow Park, followed by a PEDAL over to TCCG. Once here, kids can wander about while enjoying a healthy lunch courtesy of Oryana Community Co-op, learn about the benefits of eating local, organic, and healthy, and...check out all the PETALS while the Garden is in full bloom. Get it? PEDAL & PETALS! There will be plenty of action-packed activities, too, including a garden-themed obstacle course, races, compost-bomb launches, and the sprinkler gauntlet. The first 50 participants will receive a bike-inspired sling bag. In partnership with Norte! Youth Cycling and Oryana.
    FREE for Everyone
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    July 11, 18, 25
    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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    July 14
    Member & Volunteer Appreciation BBQ Brunch 11a - 1p If you are a member or TCCG volunteer, would you please join us for this Appreciation Event! We will be grilling it up as our way of saying 'thanks' for being a part of our eclectic community. If your last name begins with A-L, bring a side dish. If your last name begins with N-Z, bring a dessert. Main dishes are on the house...or the garden that is!
    Sign Up at https://tinyurl.com/y6wvcjd2

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!