Living Classrooms' East Harbor Campus
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
802 S. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Students of Living Classrooms Foundation’s Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students (BUGS) After-School Program have been planting seeds, testing recipes, and creating unique craft and gift items over the course of the fall and winter in preparation for the 25th Annual BUGS Farmers Market. During the event, 2nd through 5th graders from Baltimore City’s East Side will showcase what they have learned in the areas of gardening, creative arts, cooking, STEM, and entrepreneurship, including serving as the cashiers, receipt writers, sales associates, cooks, and stockers of their own business.
This one-day, kid-run event offers hundreds of organically grown heirloom vegetable, flower and herb seedlings, student-made artwork and reusable branded bags, homemade ice cream, dips, salad dressing, and soaps and bath bombs. Throughout the course of the event, visitors will enjoy live demonstrations, music, and performances. The event is free to attend but visitors won’t want to leave without some seedlings for their spring crops and homemade ice cream. This is a great family-friendly event!
* Curbside pick-up, as well as limited outdoor on-site shopping, will both be available during this one-day, kid-run event. Masks and social distancing required. This event is rain or shine. *
Download this form to your device or print a copy. Screenshots of the completed form are also accepted. Send your completed form to the BUGS Gardening Educator, Katie Collins, at email@example.com.