Jr. Farmers Day, melon mania and a visit to a working farm – it’s all part of the fun in July for students at the Growing Kids Educational Garden. With hands-on lessons and activities, kindergarten through 4th grade kids learn more about where their food comes from, what it takes to get food from seeds to plate and how their actions can help the environment.
Registration for July classes at the garden is now open. Classes are free and it’s a fun way to teach your kids about food and what it takes to get it to the table. For information and to register for the classes in June, download the registration form below.
The Growing Kids Educational Garden is in the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, which is made possible by a partnership between the City of Franklin Parks and the Franklin Farmers Market Educational Foundation. The kids garden program plays a vital role in the mission of the Franklin Farmers Market Educational Foundation, a 501 © 3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing agricultural-based education for health, sustainable food systems and environmental stewardship. Your support of the foundation helps to fund, support and expand educational programs. For more information on the Growing Kids Educational Garden or the Franklin Farmers Market Educational Foundation, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kids Educational Garden Class Registration and Information