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Community Garden Club

Our NECS Community Garden Spring Program is a hands-on creative exploration of seed to table activity for youth K-3. Playing, planting, and observing in a nurturing environment, is at the center if each session.  Young gardeners will awaken our garden plot from its winter slumber, creating botanical art & recipes, learning about plants and pollinators while engaging in their interconnected ecosystems.

Get ready for muddy boots, dirty hands and happy hearts while having a lot of fun!

Locations: Hudson Valley Chamber of Commerce & Garden Plot on Route 6

  • Appropriate for: Kindergarten to 3rd Grade
  • Dates: March 20 - June 5, 2024 (Wednesdays - 10 sessions)
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By booking this event you can attend all occurrences. Some of them are listed below but there might be more.
2024-04-17
Tier 1 - Full tuition
$200 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 7
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Tier 2 - Hardship
$100 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 7

(If you cannot afford the fee above)

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Tier 3 - Extreme Hardship
$50 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 7

(Please only choose this if absolutely necessary)

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Date

Apr 17 2024

Time

Every Wednesday
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

$50 - $200

Age/Grade

01st Grade,
02nd Grade,
03rd Grade

Location

Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce
1 S Division St., Peekskill, NY, 10566
Website
https://www.hvgatewaychamber.com/
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Instructor

  • Patricia Patterson
    Patricia Patterson
    Art Instructor

    Patricia Patterson, PhD has been guiding generations of explorers through nature-based activity for over 35 years as a Teaching EcoArtist, Trauma-Informed Expressive Arts Community Educator, and all seasons TreeHugger. Patricia has dedicated her practice to crafting opportunities which allow humans across the lifespan to discover agency, empathy, respect, regulation, compassion, quiet reflection, appreciation of diversity, and the resilience to adapt to challenging situations through process-based experiential activity. When not engaged with her community, Patricia immerses herself in contemplative co-creation with Earth expressed through multiple mediums, mindful movement and her EcoArts Journal.

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