Plant a Row, Grow a Row New Westminster invites you to the 16TH annual SPRING GARDENERS’ PARTY!
Come grow with us!
Come and find out how local gardeners like you can donate nutritious fresh produce to the New Westminster Food Bank by simply planting an extra row!
When: 6 to 9 pm Thursday March 12th, 2015
Where: Saint Thomas More Collegiate, 7450 12th Ave, Burnaby
- Learn more about Plant a Row-Grow a Row
- Learn from inspiring and knowledgeable speakers
- Enjoy coffee or tea and goodies
- Get some useful handouts and giveaways
Conway Lum, June Hewko and Pasquale Porico, Brian Minter, Michael Campbell will help you get off to a good start!
Admission is free, but we’d appreciate it if you’d bring along a donation of non-perishable food for the Food Bank.
The New Westminster Community Gardening Society invites current members and interested residents/groups to attend its Annual General Meeting, to be held from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm on Wednesday, February 25th in the Food Hall at River Market.
One of the topics of discussion will be the new community garden that will be opening in the new St. Mary’s Park (near Ecole Qayqayt Elementary at Agnes & St. Mary’s St.) in late spring. The City of New Westminster is funding & building the park & garden site, and NWCGS will manage membership and the garden program. We anticipate that there will be great deal of interest in obtaining a plot at the site, and members will be wait-listed according to the date of membership with the Society. Annual membership dues ($25/year), and plot fees for members who already have a plot, are due each year at the AGM, so please bring a cheque or cash to the meeting. If you would like to become a new member, please visit our Membership Page for details & forms. If you are unable to attend the AGM, please mail in your payment (cheques only, please; do not mail cash) before February 25th to:
New Westminster Community Gardening Society
PO Box 303 – 720 6th Street
New Westminster, BC, V3L 3C5
If you have comments or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 778-372-1333 (voicemail only, please leave a detailed message and someone will return your call).
Hello Gardeners! Welcome to the 2014 Gardening Year!
Please join us for The New Westminster Community Gardening Society’s Annual General Meeting!
Where? The Plaskett Room at the New Westminster Public Library (upstairs at the back)
When? Wednesday February 19th 2014 at 7 pm
Who? All existing and new or potential members welcome!
Hello Gardeners and friends from Simcoe, Mary Mount and St. Barnabas,
Back by popular demand…
you are all cordially invited to the third annual
5pm – 8pm
Saturday October 26th
Mary Mount Garden
@ St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church Hall
121 Columbia Street East (in Sapperton, New Westminster)
How it works:
- Bring anything that you grew from the garden to add to the stone soup.
- And/or bring an appetizer or dessert or drink or complimentary food or snack to eat while we wait for the stone soup to be ready.
What to expect:
5 pm Add ingredients to Stone Soup – let the cooking begin!
6 pm Bring and share some of your ideas and successes with the group i.e. organic pest control, growing techniques, favourite vegetable.
7 pm SHARP! Stone Soup to be served!
Door Prizes throughout the evening !!!!!!!!!!
As always you are welcome to bring your friends and family
In order to help us with the planning of the get together, if you plan to attend please let us know by Monday October 21st.
Hope to see you all there!
Two day workshop July 27th and 28th
9-4:30pm @ Van Dusen Gardens Peggy Gun Woodland Hall
More Info Here
As the days are getting longer you may be ready to start gardening! First up may be Peas and potatoes! Here is a link All about growing Peas ! Enjoy!
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It’s that time of year again!
Please join us for The New Westminster Community Gardening Societies annual Annual General Meeting!
Where? The Plaskett Room at the New Westminster Public Library (upstairs)
When? Wednesday February 20th 2013 at 7 pm
Who? All existing and new members welcome!
We will have a guest from the Richmond Food Security Society speaking about Food Security, Companion Planting, and banning GMOs in our city and community gardens.
We will be electing our board of directors and collecting membership dues and plot fees are also due.
Join us as we make plans for the 2013 growing season.