Pitch In at Emerson Avenue Community Garden Club’s "Big Sunday" Outdoor Eco-Extravaganza
Join us for our 'Big Sunday' even on Saturday, May 6th! Volunteers are needed. Please sign up via link below. Projects will be available for all ages and abilities. Event will be followed by lunch and our Tomato Workshop.
Event Details & RSVP
Big Sunday Volunteer Event
9:00am – 12:00pm
Tomato Workshop with Dana Morgan
12:30 – 2:00pm
About the Garden
Emerson Avenue Community Garden Club is a non-profit run by volunteers working to develop a one-acre portion of the campus of Orville Wright Middle School into a sustainable, organic food garden. Volunteers are invited to help paint picnic tables, prepare & paint animal sculptures, paint benches, build mail boxes for gardening plots, assist kids plant succulents in pots for Mother’s Day gifts, learn about plants that attract beneficial pollinators, prune plants, add mulch to paths, learn how to compost kitchen scraps at home in small containers and weed pollinator gardens and more!
About Big Sunday
Big Sunday is a registered 501(c)(3) organization committed to bringing people together and engaging them in a wide array of activities to help each other. Big Sunday projects have no religious or political agenda, and there is never any charge for volunteers to participate.
At Big Sunday we believe that absolutely everyone has some way that they can help somebody else. We offer more than 2,000 ways for people to help out, every year. We have participants of all ages and backgrounds. They come from all kinds of different neighborhoods, and we do work in all kinds of different neighborhoods, too. People take part in Big Sunday projects through schools, faith groups, businesses, clubs, as families and as individuals.