Presenter will be urban farmer, Marie Tedie. Marie will give us a talk entitled Urban Farming and CSA. Initially an organic horticulturist, Marie Tedei made the transition to agriculturist and started Eden's Garden CSA Farm from her 14 acre horse boarding facility in 2008. 

Learn how to make climate friendly food that helps prevent heart disease. $10. Register on link.

Ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the new store, which sells craft popsicles.

A fun, family-friendly community event that aims goal to bring Native American Indian culture to the general public. The event is a living history lesson, intended to inform visitors about Native American heritage and traditions.

Santa Fe Days is the only all Native American Indian arts event in North Texas.

$2. Free parking.

The Fairmount Community Library and Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club present a screening of the new documentary film “Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman.” Across the United States, families that work the land and the oceans are transcending political differences to protect and conserve our natural resources.

BYOB

Blatt has some really exciting vegan options including a vegan currywurst, a super tasty root burger, a mushroom & farro bowl, and of course, a huge lineup of beers to wash it down.

Do you know someone who could use a pound of free seeds? Well show up to our seed sort and help us go through a 4 donation pallets of seeds and walk away with a pound of free seeds of your choosing. Heirloom, Organic, Sow Easy, floral and so many more to choose from. Something for all ages to participate in!

$5 Admission all day long! (available at the ticket booth only)

Free parking after 5 p.m.

 

Live Music by Corey Breedlove - 12:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Bring a picnic or buy lunch at the Arboretum and enjoy live music by this local favorite as relax for a romantic afternoon.

 

Screening of the 2017 Beauty and the Beast - 6:30 p.m., Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn

The garden is staying open until 9 p.m. on Feb. 14! 

 

Pack a picnic or purchase dinner from food trucks, Bellatrino Brick Oven Pizza and Rick's Smokehouse BBQ.

Presenter Jeff Raska is a Dallas County Horticultural Assistant from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension specializing in Urban Earth-Kind Urban Landscapes and Urban food gardens. He has been teaching for Texas A&M for 8 years after retiring from the Horticulture industry after 30 years of service. 

Learn how to choose the container, the plants and the soil to grow beautiful flowers, flavorsome herbs and vegetables. Learn which plants are good companions and some combinations that "fight" for the limelight. Presented by Master Gardener Barbara Gollman.

Info: [email protected].

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