Spring 2016 Events
- March 10: Chopped meeting in Namm 206 at 12:45pm
- March 17: RootTop planting, meet in Namm 206 at 12:30pm
- April 21: Ecofest
- May 12: Chopped and Plant Sale
HOLIDAY PARTY & FUNDRAISER DEC 3 NAMM 206
Scrumptious fare like pernil, vegetarian lasagna, roasted vegetables, garden salads, pear tarts and chocolates will be offered to guests for a nominal fee (or donation). All foods made in house by Garden Club members. All proceeds to C.H.I.P.S soup kitchen.
You know it will be fun and delicious. Free Fall Herb Bundles from the garden to the first 25 guests
PESTO FEST II OCT 1 2015 NAMM 206
Sample pesto three ways: basil, cilantro, arugula. Enjoy it w/ different types of pasta. Meet Garden club members; and join up and join in! Everyone is welcome.
ANNUAL PLANT SALE! MAY 14 12:45 – 2:00 NAMM 206 and at the Wellness Fair in the Atrium
WE WILL HAVE DELIGHTFUL and LOVELY SEEDLINGS: Tomato, Marigold, Sweet Peppers, and more! ALL from seeds we started in the greenhouse!
PROPAGATION DEMO also: the basics on starting your own seedlings and rooting plants from cuttings. Stay tuned.
GARDEN CLUB MEET & PLANT in the GREENHOUSE!!!
THURSDAY 3/19: we meet at Namm 201 at 12:30, then head to the BNY to the Grange rooftop urban farm where we can get some things started in the toasty & humid greeeeeeen house.
Namm 201 12:45 – 2:00 Discuss Spring planting plans in the Geenhouse and the windowsills.
10/23 12:45 – 2:00 Namm 202
Topics include, but are not limited to: 1. plan for the fall event –Vertical Garden Demo 2. Making desserts for an SGA event 3. garden visit after the meeting is an option
DILLY BEAN WORKSHOP WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27 5PM
ALL garden club members and friends and faculty are welcome. We have string beans from the garden and the rest of the ingredients will get picked up along the way
Sept 21 PEOPLES CLIMATE MARCH
Students and faculty will join up w/ the Food and Ag Coalition and march in their kitchen whites. It will be a strong visual statement. The UN members meeting in NYC will get the message that chefs and cooks want a sane energy policy to maintain a food friendly climate.
Sign making and final strategy session on Thurs 9/18. More info: email@example.com
Wednesday 2/26; room 201 Namm bldg. Meet to discuss seed planting strategies for the spring. What, when, how, and who.
Fall Harvest Cooking Demo, and Tasting
October 24th Namm 206, 12:45- 2:00
Featuring cooking demos by Garden club members Dah wei Charng, Jeung Park, and Tristen Vail. These student culinarians will make use of produce from the Hospitality garden to produce new and unique dishes. Some of the vegetables on the menu are butternut squash, mustard greens, tomatoes and Swiss chard (along w/ various herbs).
The rest of us will taste & enjoy.
When to Visit the Garden:
Times and dates for planting and harvesting at the Hospitality Garden are listed on the Garden Calendar. Access to the rooftop garden is through the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
8:00 am garden planting at the Roof garden. Contact Prof Hellermann if you want to meet there. firstname.lastname@example.org
12:45 – 1:45pm Strategy Meeting in Namm 201 (City Tech) All interested City Tech students are invited to the organizational meeting of the GARDEN CLUB.
THURS SEPT 12 2013 12:45 J.L. Dining Room 2nd floor Namm
Hospitality Dept Club Info Session: Members of all the clubs (including the Garden Club) will be presenting info about their clubs
THURS SEPT 19 2013 12:45 Club Fair Namm Atrium
MondayJune 25th OR Tuesday the 26th:
Pickle Barrels to Compost Tumblers
a workshop and workout: we will convert huge pickle barrels into tumblers to handle all the vegetable waste from culinary classes. Because this vegetable material will be in a tumbler it will aerate well and break down into compost much quicker than the traditional mound. (Less insect swarming too)
meet at the garden at 3pm Monday or 9:00 am Tuesday. Contact Prof Hellermann to let him know what day works for you and if you can bring tools.
June 2o: CUNY TV Film Shoot at the Hospitality Garden 10:00 am. Meet at the garden; plan to do some planting, weeding, tomato maintanance, etc… with fellow gardeners ! (Originally scheduled for May 3, May 24….) This was great!
MAY 12 Brooklyn Food Conference 9 am – 6 pm
Garden Club members will demo how to use fresh greens and vegetables from the garden.
You can get involved: (especially #4 below)
FRIDAY May 11 Meet in N201 at 12 noon; We will go to the garden and pick veg then come back to the school and prep veg and make bread for Saturday
SATURDAY Meet at N201 8:30 am and walk supplies over toTech High School; carts provided. Help Set up for info table and food demos
Or Meet at Brooklyn Tech H.S. (10:00 am) and help set up for
Joslyn Taylor Demo Vegetarian Sushi Rolls 10:00 am – 2 pm
Joseph Gordon Demo Spring Greens on Bruschetta 12:00 – 2:00 pm
3. Host an information table w/ Evelyn B. and Aisha G. Do it w/ a friend! (2 hr slots) 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Contact Professor Mark Hellermann: email@example.com
More info: http://brooklynfoodcoalition.ning.com/
MAY 10: VEGAN SUSHI Demo with Joslyn Taylor using vegetables from the Hospitality Garden. During Club Hours 12:45 – 2:00. Room N 206.
If it is anything like her last demo, everyone will have a blast!
MAY 8 Dr James Hansen on Global Warming
The outspoken, pre-eminent authority, from the Goddard Institute will be speaking on the climate crisis at 6:30 pm. Look a the city Tech events page for details:
APRIL 24: Indoor Seed Starting w/ Prof Hellermann
Namm 201 12:45 pm Learn how to get a jump on the vegetable season by starting your own plants indoors
APRIL 26: Navigating the Farmers Market
Joslyn Taylor informs and demonstrates how to identify, use and enjoy seasonal vegetables from the Farmers Market
Namm 206 12:45 – 1:45 (Club Hours)
MARCH 29: Seed Starting Workshop 12:45
APRIL 3: Plant peas & Lettuce 1:00 pm at the Garden