Put Your Party Pants on!
Get those calendars out everyone! Garden City Harvest is hosting some noteworthy events in the upcoming months…
1. This Friday, 8/5, Providence St. Patrick Hospital and Garden City Harvest are hosting a First Friday event at the Providence Hospital Garden! There will be live music by Ali Solomon, displays by local artist Candice Haster, refreshments and garden grown treats. It’s sure to be a good time.
When: This Friday, 8/5, 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Where: The Providence Hospital Garden behind the Providence Center, 902 N. Orange St. (Map)
What: First Friday Party!
2. It’s our 20th anniversary and we’re celebrating at the Farm Party! The freshest party of the summer is going all out this year. That means Bernice’s Bakery cupcakes, for one.
And our usual farm fresh meal, made with love in the Garden City by the PEAS Farm summer school with help from UM Catering. Also includes burgers from Lifeline Dairy!
We will have wine, beer, and root beer for sale. Thanks to Draught Works Brewery supplying us with beer and root beer! Live music includes Shakewell and the Local Yokels.
When: Thursday, 8/18, 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Where: The PEAS Farm, 3010 Duncan Drive (Map)
What: Farm Party! The freshest party of the summer! Tickets: Adults, $18/advance or $25/door, Kids, $8/advance or $10/door. Buy tickets in advance HERE.
3. Seasonal cooking classes from around the world! Tired of stir-fries and garden salads? Diversify your seasonal cooking repertoire in this around the world cooking series. Learn just how easy it is to use seasonal produce in different types of cuisines.
Learn one cuisine or travel the world in the whole series:
Wednesday, August 10th – Spring Rolls
Wednesday, August 17th – Tikki Masala
Wednesday, August 24th – Homemade Tortillas
Wednesday, August 31st – Roasted Red Pepper Pasta
When: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Where: Orchard Gardens Community Barn, 210 N. Grove St. (Map)
Cost: $20 per class /$70 all four classes
Space is limited! Register in advance by calling Emy at 406.233.9396 or email email@example.com.
About your instructor: Rachele is a certified chef with the American Culinary Federation and a graduate of the Culinary Arts Program at the University of Montana. When she isn’t cooking, she’s busy tending her garden at the Orchard Gardens Community Garden, where she serves as a leadership committee member.
Spread the word and join the fun!