tending community

Saturday, June 15th, 10:00 am—12:00 pm 

Westmoor Park Community Gardens (at the corner of Flagg and Mountain Rd), West Hartford, Connecticut 

Join artist Brooke Toczylowski in the garden for an introduction to the who belongs? project. After a short talk and tour of the vegetable and dye allotments, we will tend to the land by caring for the plants, then harvest greens and gather for a community lunch and discussion. 

  • Limited to 10 people. 

  • Dress for the dirt and weather, wear sun protection, and bring water. Optional items to bring: garden gloves, kneeling pad, folding chair.  

  • Note: The garden is on uneven ground so may be difficult to access for those with limited mobility, but it is right next to a flat parking area. There will be tending activities for people of all abilities. 

  • You will receive two email reminders before the event, including a google pin, parking and bathroom instructions. 

  • Please contact btoczylowski@gmail.com with any questions or cancel ahead of time if you are unable to make it, so we can make room for people on the waiting list. 

This project received support from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), a federal agency. 

Learn more about the who belongs? project. 
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