One of my fave local organizations, the Capital District Community Gardens, is having their 24th annual spring brunch. It’s a nice fundraiser for them, and seeing as how I plan on getting a plot with them this year, I think it sounds like a fun event to attend. Check out the info below:
More than 100 local restaurants will prepare and donate dishes for Capital District Community Gardens’ 24th Annual Spring Brunch, which attracts more than 500 attendees and raises more than $50,000.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to bid on more than 200 items donated by local companies and individuals through a silent auction that includes overnight getaways, dining certificates, handcrafted gifts, gardening items and art.
Advance tickets to the brunch are $20.00 for adults and $5.00 for children less than 10 years old; tickets purchased at the door will be $25.00. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.cdcg.org or call 518-274-8685.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Hudson Valley Community College’s Siek Campus Center
Capital District Community Gardens (CDCG) is a local nonprofit community service organization with more than 35 years of experience helping residents improve neighborhoods, foster self sufficiency, grow food through community gardening and beautify urban neighborhoods through street tree programs. CDCG manages 47 cooperative neighborhood food gardens that serve more than 3,800 Capital Region residents. CDCG also operates the Veggie Mobile, which brings fresh produce at an affordable price into low-income, inner-city neighborhoods throughout the region, as well as The Produce Project, an entrepreneurial urban agriculture training program for at-risk youth. Other CDCG programs include Squash Hunger, Taste Good Series and Urban Greening. Visit http://www.cdcg.org.