Healthy House Art Opening Patrick Riley from POESOUL Studio- Friday October 7th, Healthy House Art Gallery, 1641 Portland Ave. 5:00pm to 7:30pm
Join Louisville Grows as we welcome our last featured artist of 2022, Patrick Riley, from POESOUL STUDIO in an opening reception of amazing works including drawings, oil and water color paintings, photography, and resin embellished wood panels. Light refreshments will be served.
Artwork will be available for purchase online at louisvillegrows.org/healthy-house-art-gallery/
Smoketown Community Wide Planting Saturday October 15th, 12:30pm-3:00pm
After the planting participants are invited to Logan Street Market for the after party with activities, prizes, and 50% off of their first beer purchase at Wild Hops.
Community Wide Planting Day is a partnership between Louisville Metro Urban Forestry, TreesLouisville, and Louisville Grows.
Where: Start at Meyzeek Middle School, 828 S. Jackson St. 40203
Solidarity Medicine Making: Oct. 11 & 27, Nov. 8 and Dec. 13 (6pm-9pm) |
Hands-on pay-what-you-can workshops hosted by Herbalists Without Borders SDF Chapter where you’ll make batches of a variety of herbal remedies and learn a wide array of medicine-making skills. Take home some of what is made and the rest will go towards the community!
Jeffersonville/Clarksville Tree Planting October 22nd, 9:00am-1pm
It’s tree planting season, y’all! We’re crossing the “pond” to help the residents in Southern Indiana restore their urban tree canopy. Join Louisville Grows in digging towards our goal of planting 1,000 trees this Fall. Trained Citizen Foresters will lead groups of volunteers to properly plant trees on residential properties. No experience is necessary, everyone is welcome to come play in the dirt with us!
Registration will take place from 8:30am to 8:50am.
Planting groups will depart at 9am.
Snacks will be provided.
Guidelines for Volunteers:
You can bring your own gloves, but they will also be provided.
Please bring a filled water bottle. Water will be available at check in.
Dress appropriately for the weather. You’ll be digging in dirt and handling mulch, so wear clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
Closed-toed shoes are required.
Waterproof outerwear is recommended if rain is forecasted. We will plant trees come rain or shine.
Masks are appreciated but not mandatory. If you are not feeling well, please do not attend.
If severe weather is expected, you will be notified about an alternate event date.
This event is supported by Duke Energy, Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Zone, Red Ball Recycling and First Savings Bank.
Register at tinyurl.com/SoINTrees22