Our opening weekend at the Eat Street Community was a huge success! We had capacity crowds for both performances (and great weather!)
We rode the coast tails of the 5th annual Parade of Community Gardens. Staff memeber Harleigh Gabrielson, Emily Anderson and I visited many garden on Saturday morning, sampled a variety of heirloom tomatoes and visited with community gardeners from around the metro. Thank to GARDENING MATTERS for putting on such a great event.
Thanks to the TC DAILY PLANET and Sheila Regan for the amazing review! Only 5 weekends left to get in on this incredible experience.
Saturday we will be at the BIRCHWOOD COMMUNITY GARDEN in St Louis Park and Sunday Hoffmann’s story unfolds at the JD RIVERS CHILDRENS’ GARDEN in Theodore Worth Park. Both performance are at 4:00pm.
The BIRCHWOOD COMMUNITY GARDEN is immediatly behind the St. Louis Park Lutheran Church of the Reformation (near Highway 100 and 394). Our performance will begin at the West side of the garden, near 27th ad Vernon Avenue.
For directions to Theodore Wirth Park and the JD Rivers Childrens’ Gardn, check out this WEB-SITE. Click where it says MAP LOCATION.