Education Seminar Events
Seminars are free - public is invited!
address/map link listed below


May 8 - Thursday - 6 to 7:30

Speakers:  Sue Dawson & Frankie Sexton

Topic: 

Dehydration  For  Food  Preservation

Sue & Frankie have been Master Food Preservers since 2006

Sue and Frankie are two women that never slow down and are always on the quest to increase their creativity and skills.  Both women attained  Master Food Preservation Certification in 2006, and then followed up with their Master Gardener Certification in 2007.
Sue and Frankie are active volunteers that enjoy sharing their knowledge and skills with others not only in food preservation, but cooking and  gardening as well, contributing their time and experience to a variety of organizations.
Please, join us for a fun evening learning how to preserve your garden's harvest
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Upcoming Seminars

July 10 

Topic: Canning Tomatoes & Fruit


for map link - please click on Myrtlewood

SPEAKER SERIES LOCATION

Meet at CALIMESA SDA Church

391 Myrtlewood DR,  Calimesa

In the GARDEN CHAPEL ROOM



PAYPAL DONATIONS
Should you wish to contribute to the Calimesa Community Garden, you may do so through PayPal.  Just click the donate button.





















LOCAL UPCOMING EVENTS

10th ANNUAL  LAVENDER FESTIVAL

JUNE 14-15  and  21-22
10AM to 6PM

123 Farm - Highland Springs Resort
10600 Highland Springs Ave
Cherry Valley, CA 92223

www.123farm.com/lavenderfestival   (951) 845-1151

Entry Costs for  Lavender Festival:   Adults $5, Seniors (65 & over) $3

Students (13-18, with valid student ID) $3,  Children (12 & under) FREE

**Due to organic certification, pets are not allowed on the property**         
No outside food or drinks permitted.

Tickets are sold at the door, on the day of the Festival. Only cash is accepted for admission.  Parking is free.



IDYLLWILD ANNUAL SPRING GARDEN TOUR
SATURDAY - JUNE 21
www.idyllwildgardenclub.net - Lilac Tea and Tour

ALSO: Start planning to attend the Annual Spring Garden Tour, in Idyllwild, on June 21st (Saturday) This is a self guided tour of seven, or more, gardens where participants will receive a Souvenir Booklet and be able to go on a self guided tour of this eclectic mix of gardens showing the unique ways our residents use their mountain landscapes to create special places.  You can click on the link above to get more information, which will more detailed as we get closer to the date.
















GARDEN PLOT RENTALS
  
  CLICK ON THE MEMBERSHIP TAB  - FOR MORE INFO & REQUIRED PAPERWORK

IF THE INFO YOU REQUIRE IS NOT  FOUND ON THE MEMBERSHIP PAGE
YOU MAY CONTACT US AT:

email ccg92320@yahoo.com   or phone 909-206-3402
 



...THANK YOU TO EVERYONE ...
who participated in making this year's
Colossal Plant Sale another big success!


This is our only fundraiser for the year and we genuinely appreciate your support of the Community Garden

CLICK BELOW TO OPEN 2014 VARIETY LIST

2014 Tom & Pep Variety  List.pdf 2014 Tom & Pep Variety List.pdf
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Every thought is a seed.  If you plant crab apples,

 don't count on harvesting Golden Delicious.

Bill Meyer

 

 


CALIMESA COMMUNITY GARDEN  IS LOCATED ON   AVENUE L, (between 3rd & 4th Streets).

CITIZENS OF CALIMESA & ITS SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

ARE ENCOURAGED TO JOIN US & BE A PART OF THE GARDEN. 



 
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