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    ‘I Beg Your Garden’ Canterbury Kitchen Garden Capers

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    WHAT: ‘I Beg Your Garden’ Canterbury Kitchen Garden Capers
    An Afternoon Adventure In Our Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden

    WHEN: 2:30pm – 4:00pm, THIS Tuesday 15 June 2021

    WHERE: Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden - Canterbury College
    - Use Entrance A via High Road, Waterford
    - Plenty of onsite frog parking: all others will be toad 😉
    - Look for the white picket fence area near the school cafe

    WHO: ALL Years 3 & 4 Canterbury Students & Parents
    BRING GARDENING GLOVES! Yes. Seriously. We mean it…

    COST: FREE!

    RSVPs: Pre-registration NOT compulsory BUT very helpful for COVID-Safe & College Café planning.
    We can always register you upon entry but all RSVPs most appreciated!
    By 11:59pm, TONIGHT Monday 14 June 2021
    Please RSVP via Humanitix here.

    PLANNED FEATURES:

    • Bees Knees: Stingless native bees 2:30pm Show – get a buzz from these little beauties.
    • Going Potty: Proper plant repotting with your children.
    • Mulching Moments: Master your mulch with us and your children.
    • Weed It And Reap: We are needing your weeding!
    • Pruning Priorities: The first cut is the deepest… or is it? Find out with us.
    • Worm Squirm: Worm farming wonders with composting commentary.
    • Garden Gallery: Student artwork on display.
    • Please Love Me: Adopt A Seedling – student grown to take home & plant in your own garden with a Plant Diary QR code plus behind-the-scenes recycling story.
    • Seeds Needs & Feeds: Foster some of our baby seeds for 3 weeks at your house, then bring them back for planting in the college garden after the mid-year school holidays. My how they’ve grown…
    • NEW: Clay-Time Play-Time: Enjoy our 'Clay Creations' table.
    • Our College Café will be open for business during this event for tea, coffee and cake purchases.

    SPECIAL GUESTS:
    Native Bee Educator Sarah Hamilton from 'Bee Yourself'
    Logan City Council: Watch Out Waste Program
    Garden Guru (& Maths Teacher) Paul Penny

    PS: What did our Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden say to our Years 3 & 4 Students?
    “I love you from my head tomatoes” 😊


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