June at Eco City Farms


A Cultural Exploration for Youth

Saturday, June 15th

1 – 3 pm

$40 for youth + guardian

Led by Chef Kiki Hamilton

Join us for an exciting culinary workshop tailored for youth ages 8-16, where we’ll delve into the symbolism of red foods in the celebration of Juneteenth, a day commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Through hands-on cooking activities and engaging discussions, participants will learn about the history and significance of red foods in African American culture and how they reflect themes of resilience, empowerment, and cultural identity.

Each participant should bring one adult guardian. Guardians are invited to observe and participate in the eating of the meal, fostering intergenerational connections and meaningful conversations about history, culture, and identity. Let’s come together to honor the legacy of Juneteenth and celebrate the resilience and strength of the African American community through food, fellowship, and learning.

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Celebrating Juneteenth and

African American Heritage

Saturday, June 22nd

12:30 pm


Led by Chef Jarmonay Nelson

Welcome to Freedom Roots: Celebrating African American Heritage! Join us on Sat, Jun 22, 2024 at 12:30 PM at ECO City Farms for a day of celebration and reflection. Dive into the rich history of Juneteenth and African American heritage through music, food, art, and community.

Come together with friends and family to honor and commemorate this important day. Let’s celebrate freedom and unity in a spirit of joy and solidarity!

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Volunteer at ECO City Farms

Come help out around the farm, learn about what we’re up to and spend time in community. Space is limited, so sign up now!

Town of Edmonston Garden Tour

The Town of Edmonston will be holding a garden tour on June 8th from 1-3 pm. Experience the town and stop by ECO to learn more about our operations.

Tours will be available in English and Spanish!


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