Connecting Chicago Community Gardens (CCCG) is having its Fall Meeting this October 23rd from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the Chicago Center for Green Technology (CCGT), 445 N Sacramento Blvd. View Larger Map After a successful summer of gardening, it’s time to reconvene CCCG! We will spend some time looking back at the successes of… Read more CCCG Fall Meeting – October 23rd – Connect with your Fellow Gardeners!
Mozart’s Community Garden has been growing like a morning glory vine this year, supported by terrific garden leadership and fundraisers like their annual yard sale. You can support them this Saturday, October 12th by picking up or donating some items at their community yard sale. Here’s a message from gardener Angela O’Rourke: The first Garage… Read more Mozart’s Yard Sale this Saturday
Two great events are coming up this Saturday, September 28th: The Garfield Park Neighborhood Market Lake and Kedzie 9 am to 1 pm Pick up fresh, local produce, Dark Matter coffee, and handcrafted goods while enjoying live entertainment. The Great Perennial Divide Multiple Locations (including Lake and Kedzie) 10 am to Noon for school and… Read more Sept. 28: Perennial Giveaway AND Garfield Park Market
View NeighborSpace in a larger map External site Roots and Rays is a community allotment garden with 18 raised beds serving individuals, families and organizations throughout Pilsen. There are also container gardens filled with annuals, perennials and herbs. Signage has been erected and woodchips have been spread through the site. The triangular parcel is surrounded… Read more Roots and Rays
If you’re a fan of Hideout Veggie Bingo, NeighborSpace, and/or dancing frogs, we’ve got a treat for you: We have a very limited number of these gorgeous, whimsical Veggie Bingo posters available. The posters are screen-printed on heavyweight red stock (approximately 15″ x 22″). We will send you one of these posters as a thank-you… Read more Get an exclusive Hideout Veggie Bingo Poster!
View NeighborSpace in a larger map Peerless Garden is a passive park space consisting of berms at the back of the site and on the corner planted with perennials and trees. A path curves through the site connecting Schubert and Lakewood, opening up in the middle with a small brick clearing that features a timber… Read more Peerless Garden
As part of our ongoing collaboration with Connecting Chicago Community Gardens (CCCG), we are helping to facilitate a multi-site plant giveaway on Saturday, September 28th. We need volunteers to help run the event. This is a great chance to connect with your fellow gardeners and help gardens all over the city, while also getting first… Read more Plant Giveaway September 28th – Volunteer Opportunity
As harvest draws near, it’s time to start thinking about building your garden’s intellectual capital up for next year. Enroll in the OpenLands Garden Keepers course: Do you want grow your own food in a garden you share with friends and neighbors? Are you a part of a community garden that you think could be… Read more Openlands Garden Keepers registration open
Greening Environment Through Gardening (G.E.T. GARDENING) is hosting an Englewood garden tour this Saturday, September 14th. The tour ends at a NeighborSpace site, Sherwood Peace Garden. G.E.T. GARDENING invites you to join us at our “NEW BEGINNINGS” FIRST ANNUAL GARDEN TOUR & OPEN HOUSE Saturday, September 14, 2013 Arrival: 10:00 am Caravan Staging: 10:30 am… Read more Just Added: G.E.T. GARDENING Englewood Tour
This Saturday, September 7th from 1 to 4 pm, CCCG’s Summer of Garden Tours comes to a close with Growing Pride in Humboldt Park. Check below for individual garden details. The walk or bike will take place between one and four pm. The following gardens will participate: • Thomas Garden – 2655 W. Thomas this… Read more Growing Pride End-of-Summer Garden Walk