Calendar of Events

Upcoming Events & Appearances: 

Weekly Tea~Luck at Venice ‘The Learning Garden’ every Friday 3:30-4:30 pm. Everyone welcome. Bring a dish or snack to share & your utensils for a fun & low waste event.

Cool Season Seeds – available in Sept for members to check out.  SAVE TIME – fill in your checkout form ahead and bring it to the meeting.  Seed inventory and checkout forms are available at slola.org.

 

 Community Event:The Learning Garden & Eco Action of SMC present Stand Up Comedy’ Details: TBA
SLOLA SFV Monthly Meeting of SLOLA SFV Friday Nov 17th 11am – 1pm Sepulveda Learning Garden 

16633 W. Magnolia Blvd. Encino, CA   91436

Featured Speaker: “SEASONAL SEEDY FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS”   Members Debbie James and Bettina Gatti will lead us in creating dried arrangements representative of the Fall season with dried materials from our homes and gardens. It is a beautiful opportunity to use those beautiful bits you are culling and trimming. Please bring the container and some dried materials you wish to incorporate in your arrangement. Potluck lunch follows the meeting. In addition to a dish to share, please bring your own reusable dishes and utensils – we strive for a low-waste event. Cool-season seeds – available for members to check out.  SAVE TIME – fill in your checkout form ahead and bring it to the meeting.  Seed inventory and checkout forms are available at slola.org.

Woodland Hills Monthly Meeting Sat Nov 24th after 9:30 Produce Swap. 10-11:30am at Woodland Hills Public Library 22200 Ventura Blvd. Woodland Hills CA 9136 Topic:”Basic Backyard Orchard Tree Care & Pruning” By SLOLA Chair Eleu Navarro.

GRAND OPENING ALTADENA Branch SLOLA!  Dec 2nd 2017 10am-Noon at Altadena Public Library 600 East Mariposa Steet, Altadena, CA 91001. Topic:”SLOLA’s Mission and Intro to Seed Saving” by Jessica Yarger and SLOLA Chair Eleu Navarro. Preview Inventory to check out 

 

David King’s: “How To Plant & Grow an Organic Garden in Southern California” Growing Food In Southern California. Sat. Dec 2nd  10am-Noon. $20. Topic: TBA The Learning Garden, Venice High Campus, 13000 Venice Blvd, 90291 Enter on Walgrove.

Venice: No SLOLA meeting in Venice in Dec

Woodland Hills Monthly Meeting Sat Dec 22nd after 9:30 Produce Swap. Meeting 10-11:30am at Woodland Hills Public Library 22200 Ventura Blvd. Woodland Hills CA 9136 Topic: “Sowing and Saving Seeds for Natives” by Krystal Rains. Let’s turn our eyes to the Native Plant garden, see what can be propagate plus how to collect & save them. Is it the proper time of year to set Native seeds for the best chance of surviving harsh summer temps?

 

ALTADENA Branch SLOLA Jan 6th 2018 10am-Noon at Altadena Public Library 600 East Mariposa Steet, Altadena, CA 91001. Topic: “Sowing and Saving Seeds for Natives” by Krystal Rains. Let’s turn our eyes to the Native Plant garden, see what can be propagate plus how to collect & save them. Is it the proper time of year to set Native seeds for the best chance of surviving harsh summer temps? Preview Inventory to check out 

Monthly Board Meeting of SLOLA Venice Sat Jan 20th, 2018  1-2pm The Learning Garden, Venice High Campus,13000 Venice Blvd, 90291 Enter on Walgrove.

Monthly Meeting of SLOLA Venice Sat Jan 20th, 2018 2-4:30pm The Learning Garden, Venice High Campus,13000 Venice Blvd, 90291 Enter on Walgrove. Topic: “Sowing and Saving Seeds for Natives” by Krystal Rains. Let’s turn our eyes to the Native Plant garden, see what can be propagate plus how to collect & save them. Is it the proper time of year to set Native seeds for the best chance of surviving harsh summer temps?

 

Grand Opening Watts Branch SLOLA Feb 10th, 2018 Details:TBA

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