Enchanted Food Forest

Sunday, October 27, 2 PM – 5 PM
at Southern Heights Food Forest (40th and Old Cheney)


Our 6th annual Enchanted Food Forest event will let you play outdoors with friends in your favorite costume. Sing. Dance. Build. Climb. Dig. Create. Pick up a few treats along the way!

With the help of Southern Heights Presbyterian, we’ll host a family friendly Halloween event with fall harvest games and activities for all ages in our outdoor Nature Explore classroom space. Come in costume, play games, create art, make music, and visit the trunk or treat if you like.

This is our annual fundraising event to keep the outdoor classroom well stocked, so there is a SUGGESTED donation of $10 per family, but you are all welcome.

 

 

Volunteer For Fun!

Don’t have little goblins and monsters to bring to the Enchanted Food Forest? We’d love your help. You’ll have a great time getting to see all the fun costumes. Sign up here. (No experience necessary.)

Board Members Needed

Interested in helping guide the future of the Food Forest? We’re looking for new board members to help us build a sustainable, and strong organization. Contact us if you are interested in learning more.

Post-Frost Gardening

Now that we’ve had our first frost, here’s a few things to do in your garden:

  • Dig sweet potatoes – the frost killed the vines, but the tubers are ready to eat
  • Plant garlic for a summer harvest – it’s an easy plant to grow, just keep it weeded next summer. More.
  • Choose a new area of your yard to turn into garden. Cover it with cardboard and pile up your leaves and compost there. You’ll have a great bed in the spring. More.

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