Produce For September 26 And 30, 2023
This will be the last week for the Tuesday night markets.
Bulk sales of potatoes, onions and beets continue ($12 for a 10-pound bag), and still lots of garlic and tomatoes for winter too.
Please see below for an upcoming Lunch & Learn event at the Garden.
Market hours this week are:
Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (*last Tuesday market for the year)
Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Handicrafts from the women of Tubahumurize, in Rwanda, are available at the Saturday markets (weather permitting).
Please join us for a free Lunch & Learn hosted by the Edmonton Social Planning Council: “Community Gardens: Growing Food & Building Community”
- At noon, on Wednesday, October 4, at the Green & Gold Community Garden
- Admission is free & all are welcome
- For more information: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lunch-learn-community-gardens-growing-food-and-building-community-tickets-723575051457
Please note: There’s no custom picking by volunteers or self-serve at the kiosk again this year. Instead, we have a designated shopping area at the front of the garden. Please line up at the south end and a volunteer will help guide you through the shopping area filling a bag with the pre-picked/packaged produce you choose to buy. A cashier will be located at the north end of the shopping area. A whiteboard with produce prices will be on display for customers.
We want to make everyone feel welcome and safe at the garden, so please feel free to wear a mask if you want to. Hand sanitizer will also be available.
Location: For those of you who haven’t visited before, the Garden is located on the South Campus of the University of Alberta. Enter the University Farm off 60th Ave. Turn left at the T intersection (118th St) and you’ll see us just across the road from the old barn. On transit – we’re about a 15-minute walk from the South Campus LRT station. A map and further directions to the garden are available at: www.greengoldgarden.com/visit.
See you at the Garden!
- Apples (limited quantity)
- Lettuce (tons!)
- Onions (bulb & green)
- Swiss chard
- Turnips (hakurei, salad turnip)
- FLOWER BOUQUETS