Seed & Plant Share and Gardeners Flea Market at Edenville Community Center

Seed & Plant Share and Gardeners Flea Market at Edenville Community Center

Saturday April 15th, 2023 * 8:00 AM
Calling all gardeners and lovers of growing things…
Do you have extra seeds, seedlings, plants to divide, or general garden gear that may find use with someone else?
Bring them to our first ever (hopefully annual) Seed & Plant share and take home something new!
If you’re a beginner or don’t have any seed/lings to share, you’re invited too.
This is a great opportunity to help you get started.
How it works…
~ Entrance is FREE
~ Organize your seeds, seedlings, plants that you would like to share and then place in the communal areas designated at the event
~ Nothing to share? Don’t worry, there will be a donation box as well.
~ Lots to share or sell? You may purchase a table for $10 and then charge for your wares accordingly
This event will take place rain or shine, preferably outside if the weather is nice, but will be moved indoors if not.
Please contact Jennifer at 717-404-5383 (call/text), or email jo.hull916@gmail.com if you wish to help/participate as an organizer or vender.
We’re looking forward to this growing season with you!!!
Edenville Community Center
2047 Community Center Rd
Saint Thomas, PA 17252
Greencastle Farm Market & Food Truck Fridays

Greencastle Farm Market & Food Truck Fridays

June 2nd, July 7th, August 4th, 2023 * 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
WE’RE COMING BACK FOR YEAR TWO!
VENDORS NEEDED! We are searching for growers of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, plants and flowers along with producers of baked goods, jams, jellies, soaps, honey, meat, dairy, and local handmade artisans.
The market is held on the lawn between 136 — 144 E. Baltimore Street.
It is nicely shaded and has a great neighborhood vibe.
Come see what all the buzz is about and join us as a vendor!
E-mail greencastlemarket@gmail.com for more information and an application.
This community event is hosted by the shop and consign & collect co.
See you at the market!
Christmas Open House, Philips Flower & Gift Shop

Christmas Open House, Philips Flower & Gift Shop

Friday November 25th, 2022 * 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM – Saturday November 26th, 2022 * 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Monday November 28th & Tuesday November 29th * 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday November 30th * 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Stop In * Bring A Friend * Visit our 50% off Closet
112 Oregon St. Mercersburg, PA 17236
Sunflower Watch at Lesher Poultry Farm PA

Sunflower Watch at Lesher Poultry Farm PA

Address: 1187 Marion Road/ Chambersburg, PA 17202
Peak: Second weekend of September
U-pick sunflowers are $1.00 per head.
Please leave payment in one of the money boxes.
Hours: Dawn to dusk.
There will be some self-serve goods for sale during those hours.
Pets: Pets are welcome.
We ask that you treat it like a public park.
Please clean up after them.
Photo shoots: Feel free to hold photo shoots at the field.
We do ask that photographers who are charging clients for services leave $5 per client in one of the money boxes.
Like previous years we would appreciate if you refrained from having semi-permanent setups.
Garden Talk, Design and Install Raised Beds, The Institute

Garden Talk, Design and Install Raised Beds, The Institute

Tuesday September 13th, 20th, & 27th, 2022 * 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Garden Talk #1 in a series of 3: Design and Install Raised Beds
In the first of a series of three Garden Talks, gardening expert Pam Rowland presents an in-the-garden program on how to design and install raised beds in your backyard.
Garden Talk #2 in a series of 3: Growing & Drying Herbs
In the second of a series of three Garden Talks, gardening expert Pam Rowland presents an in-the-garden program on how to plant and nurture herbs in the garden, and how to preserve them by drying.
Garden Talk #3 in a series of 3: Herbs as Medicine During the Civil War
In the final program in a series of three Garden Talks, guest speaker Greg Susla will discuss the medicinal uses of herbs during the Civil War.
A retired pharmacist, Susla has extensive experience with the medicinal herb garden at the Pry House on Antietam Battlefield, and with the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. 
He will talk about the medicinal applications of various plants grown and their uses during the 19th century. 
Held in the Institute’s Civil War-era garden at Monterey Pass, attendees will see first-hand what raised beds look like, discover why they are beneficial and learn how to create them.
The adjacent Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum will be open especially for attendees of this event.
Cost is $5 per program. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required.
To register, email the Institute at: info@natureandcultureinstitute.org.