Seeds of Change 2018 Fundraiser / Party
presented by Summit Community Gardens,
Park City Brewery, and Komrades Gourmet Street Food
Help us sow some Seeds of Change at our second annual spring party. And what better place than Park City Brewery to bring together our community gardeners and supporters for some good beer, good food, good music, and a great time? All while raising money to help support our programs at the community garden!
Join us for live music, amazing local craft beer, slow-cooked gourmet street food, and being together with people that love to play in the dirt. Overalls optional.
Sunday, May 6th 4:00-7:00pm
Must be 21 to attend.
Tickets available for $35, $60, $95 or $250. And don't forget to buy your opportunity drawing tickets!
Proceeds go directly to the Summit Community Gardens to help us provide an amazing garden space, teach kids’ camps, donate fresh produce to those in need, and offer plots for our community.
Upcoming Events and Summer Camps
International students from Au Pair Weekend will join us to help get the garden ready for opening day.
Join us for our annual party/fundraiser to kick off the season. We are so excited to be able to have the Tap Room at Park City Brewing Company as our gathering spot this spring. What better place to bring together our community gardeners and supporters for some good beer, good music, and a great time? All while raising money to help support our programs at the community garden!
Clay and stones provide the perfect material to make a simple art sculpture to hide away in a secret garden. Children in this class will explore how clay comes from soil and can be turned into sculptures, paintings, and nature imprints to create all kinds of art. The group will have fun building a water wall from recycled materials to show how the power of water can wash clay away in the absence of plants and grasses.
Gardens are magical especially when there are fairies to be found. In this class children will paint pots and build special fairy houses with furniture made from nature such as acorns and twigs. The class will also make beaded garden art and pinecone people to surround the fairies as they sleep.
Summit Community Gardens and EATS have partnered to bring kids a CHOPPED Challenge featuring what they can harvest from the garden. Each day the kids will learn about a different seasonal crop growing and then learn different ways they can create a healthy meal from it. The final day the kids will compete in a cooking challenge featuring a secret garden ingredient. The camp is for rising 3rd graders- rising 6th graders.
Green Drinks is an opportunity to meet and mingle with other eco-conscious people and hear from local leaders about sustainability, environmental, and social advocacy issues. Donations to Recycle Utah will be accepted at the door, which allows us to continue hosting these free community events.
Did you know energy from the sun can be used to cook food and create art? In this class, children will engineer a solar oven to make a snack, create nature-inspired sun prints, and make a sculpture to tell time. Items from the garden and nature will help the class fill their days with crafty sun inspired art.
Gardens are full of all kinds of critters that inspire games and crafts for kids to create. In this class children will construct an insect sculpture from recycled materials, make a nature inspired tic-tac-toe game, and build a bug hotel to attract good bugs to a garden habitat.
In the last week of Summer vacation EATS and Summit Community Gardens have partnered to bring you an end of summer harvest camp. You can sign up for 1-3 days of this week camp. Monday and Tuesday are open to 5-8-year-old kids, Wednesday and Thursday are open to 9-12-year-old kids, and Friday is open to 5+ year old kids.
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