April 20th 10:00 am - 4:00pm
Choose from a wonderful selection of all organic seedlings for your own garden.
The focus will be on plants that can survive Cohasset's unpredictable spring weather.
Come early for the best selection of flowers, herbs, and vegetables that we've grown from seed. Our farmers and growers will be on hand for growing tips.
All proceeds help support our non-profit organic farm and community programs.
May 4th, 10:00 am - noon
Salad from your own backyard?
Learn everything you need to know to successfully grow fresh and healthy vegetables this season. This workshop is suitable for gardeners of all levels and will cover every aspect of growing, with ample time for q & a so you can troubleshoot with the expert.
Led by Todd Breitenstein of The Grateful Garden. Workshop is $15 for members, $18 for non-members. To register: email@example.com
April 25th, 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Join certified Nature Therapy guide Kirsten Snow for a unique way to experience Holly Hill Farm's exquisite conservation land.
This 2 1/2 hour (slow-paced) walk allows participants to deeply connect with themselves and the natural world in a way they may not have experienced previously.
The event is $100 per person, with a percentage of proceeds going to support Holly Hill Farm's community activities. Pre-registration is required. firstname.lastname@example.org For more information, call 617-901-5367.
Treasure hunts set in nature
Quests are like treasure or scavenger hunts set in nature and they are a great way to get kids outdoors. Each quest takes from 30 minutes to one hour, including a handicap-accessible quest available (in Weymouth).
In all, there are 19 South Shore quest trails for your kids to try, including a faery themed adventure at Holly Hill Farm. A complete guide is available for purchase at the HHF farm stand or at the link below.
April 28th, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
You are invited! Spend a spring day on the farm. Free picnic lunch plus guided tours. If weather permits, we might see some vernal pools, home to creatures like salamanders and fairy shrimp.
Optional: sign up to help with one of three crucial projects we'll be tackling that day:
-Weeding invasive plants to protect our conservation land
-Maintenance on our historic farm buildings
-Helping to feed our neighbors by growing food for local food pantries
May 5th, 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Find out what faeries like to eat on this outdoor treasure hunt for kids. Join Naturalist Katie Holden on an approximately one hour guided quest at Holly Hill Farm. This charming adventure, entitled "Faeries & Gnomes: Wild Recipes," will guide kids through beautiful wooded paths while they learn about the delicious treats that Holly HIll's resident magical creatures love to eat.
$5 per child/ kids must be accompanied by an adult. Questions?