Children’s Garden Workshop
Tuesday, August 24 – 6 pm
Hammonton Community Garden
11th and Washington
(behind the NJ Transit Train Station)
Why are earthworms so important to mother nature? Learn about the happy life of an earthworm and how we can make nutrient rich compost with our underground friends. Bring a hand shovel and a small reusable container to help us uncover and explore these wonderful wiggly ones.
The Hammonton Community Garden Children’s workshops provide fun and engaging gardening classes to help children develop an appreciation of the natural environment. Children and parents collaborate in hands-on garden projectswhile learning sustainability practices.
RSVP in advance to Lisa Zeuner atHammontonGreenEvents@gmail.com to reserve your spot. Workshops are All Ages and are Free.
Saturday, October 2 12-4 pm
Rain Date, Sunday, October 3
Veteran’s Memorial Park
Vine St. and Rt. 54, downtown Hammonton
There’s always something being planned! Check back here and on our Facebook page for updates. Unless noted, all events are FREE to attend and open to the public. For volunteer events such as cleanups, we are happy to provide proof of service hours for civic clubs, if requested in advance.