Make a day of it at the Tucker Patch.
If you’re in NSW and at a loose end this weekend the TuckerPatch Open Day is on this Sunday, 21 April.
There’s all manner of fun to be had for the entire family, with entertainment by Bec Willis, seasonal produce on sale, cooking demonstrations, garden tours, and information for those who want to start a garden, as well as a scarecrow making competition. I’m hoping someone creates a hirsute one that resembles our favourite gardening guru and and sends us a picture.
Tucker Patch are putting on a free shuttle bus from Billabong Park, or if you’re driving the address is 62 Cemetery Road, Gloucester – there’s a map here.
There’s information about soil workshops and a native seed event coming up on their site too, so if you can’t make it this weekend, bookmark their page so you can return later to check out their goings on.
The event is supported by the Community Builders Program, a funding agency of the NSW Department of Community Services, so two thumbs up to them for helping to promote sustainable living and encourage community spirit.