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Come to The Help Group in Sherman Oaks for their 3rd annual community gathering! Attendees can expect to participate in family-strengthening activities including:

  • Learn about positive and compassionate parenting, selfcare, bullying, LGBTQ family acceptance
  • Meet and build relationships with community partners

Registration required. For more info contact Carol Morales with The Help Group at (818)988-4430

Saturday April 27th, 2019 | 8:30AM - 2:00PM

The Help Group
13164 Burbank Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91401

Free

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

IInstructor: Nancy A. Mills
Contact Info: grandy133@verizon.net

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Florence Nishida
Contact Info: (310) 458-8300, ext 2405, teague.weybright@smgov.net

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: George Pessin 
Contact Info: (310) 779-8816, gp305@yahoo.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Dan Fujiwara 
Contact Info: growown@icloud.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

NOTE: The first class meets at 9 am in the Willowbrook Public Library at 11737 Wilmington Ave., Willowbrook, CA 90059. Then, the class will proceed to the Fellowship Garden at 10 am for hands-on learning.

Instructor: Liza Go
Contact Info: (310) 951-6891, golizago13@gmail.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Jeff Rowe
Contact Info: (562) 343-3834, jfrowe@rocketmail.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Rose Scordino
Contact Info: (661) 713-7003, Rosescordino@gmail.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Brie Wakeland
Contact Info: (972) 672-1884, briewakeland@gmail.com

Learn the basics of growing your own vegetables through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative, a series of four-week classes offered around LA County.

This spring, you can take these low-cost classes offered at twelve sites. Experienced UC Master Gardener volunteers will lead small, hands-on classes, where participants learn the ins-and-outs of soil preparation, irrigation, planting, pest management, and harvesting. In addition to learning the basics of successful gardening, participants can meet other gardeners in their community and build a new network of gardening friends. 

Instructor: Malissa Strong
Contact Info: glavgboyleheights@gmail.com

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