Welcome to the Garden!

Thanks for stopping by!  To see what we are doing and get frequently-updated information on events in the garden, including kid’s activities and classes, free movie nights, Halloween events, community gatherings, volunteer days and more, just click on the garden’s Facebook page there on the right side of your screen, or click here.

April 1 to October 31 the garden is typically open to the public, weather permitting, if and when a garden member is present and hosting Monday-Thursday 5:30pm-8pm, Friday 5:30pm-10pm, Saturday 9am-10pm, Sunday 9am-8pm.

Interested in getting involved?  Just stop in the garden and say hi!

All garden members, with or without assigned plots, are required to volunteer a minimum of 4 hours per month April through October.  A request to be put on a waiting list for an assigned plot can be made by emailing electricladybugharlem@gmail.com.  Please note that priority for plot assignments, if available, is given to current garden members in good standing without plots who are regularly volunteering 4 hours per month. Garden Rules can be found by clicking here.

See you in the garden!

Free Movie Night #2: Despicable Me

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Our second Kids’ Movie Night will be held on September 11, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. (weather permitting)

Who: Kids of all ages (birth to 99)
Movie: Despicable Me
Where: In the garden at 237 West 111th Street (FDB Blvd. & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd)

We will project Despicable Me onto a wall in the garden.  Please bring your own blanket to sit on. If you bring chairs or other elevated seating, we kindly ask that you sit toward the back of the seating area so that we can maintain an unobstructed view for all community members.
Bug repellent is highly recommended.

Free Movie Night: Friday, August 7 at 8pm!

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Come one come all!!!

Our first Kids’ Movie Night will be held on August 7, 2015 at 8 p.m.

Who: Kids of all ages (birth to 99)
What: A Bug’s Life
When: 8/7/15 at 8 p.m. (weather permitting)
Where: In the garden at 237 West 111th Street (FDB Blvd. & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd)

We will project A Bug’s Life onto a wall in the garden. Popcorn will be served. Please bring your own blanket to sit on. If you bring chairs or other elevated seating, we kindly ask that you sit toward the back of the seating area so that we can maintain an unobstructed view for all community members.
Bug repellent is highly recommended.

Our Change.org Petition is here! Please sign to save the garden!

Our online petition to save the garden is taking off like wildfire!  It literally takes seconds to help save our community garden in Harlem.  It’s incredibly easy to do and it could be what makes the difference and saves the garden.  Please click on the button below and you will be taken right to the page!

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When you are on the Change.org site, you can really get the petition moving by using the power of the Facebook button to invite your friends to sign as well.  This is a FREE way to promote the petition…and you can use the Email and Twitter links as well.

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You can also stay updated and show support by liking our Facebook page and following us on twitter.  Just click on the buttons below.

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Download our petition to save the garden!

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Click the image above or the link below for the PDF file for the petition.  Just download, print some copies, and get as many of your neighbors to sign as soon as possible!  When you are done (or if any questions), just email electricladybuggarden@gmail.com.  We can pick them up or arrange another way for you to get them to us.

Click here for the petition: SAVE THE GARDEN Petition

Another easy way to help and keep updated is to simply “LIKE” our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter.  Click on the buttons below – it just takes a second to do!

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Thank you for your support!!!

John McBride, Yusuf Malik, Kenji Williams, Lawrence Terry, Linda Brown