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DUG’s Calendar of Events

Check out what we’ve got coming up on the calendar below. Have a question? Contact us here!

Progressive Garden Brunch with DUG

Our progressive brunch shows off the taste and flavor of locally-grown produce as guests will enjoy Bluestone Lane cold brew coffee, Teatulía teas, Tito’s Vodka premium cocktails, and brunch classics courtesy of Snooze that showcase the power of healthy and sustainable food systems.

The event will begin at Posner Center, and we’ll make our way to a few local DUG gardens*, stopping to get fueled up along the way with coffee, tea, fruit, and pastries. We’ll return back to the Posner Center for a vegetarian sit-down brunch complete with eggs, pancakes, sweet potato hash, Impossible sausage, sauteed veggies, and live music from local folk trio Starling.

*Note: the total distance for the progressive brunch will be less than one mile.

Tickets are $45 individually or buy a table for 4 for $165. Limited quantities available, so don’t wait to grab yours!

Saturday, July 24, 2021
10:00am-12:30pm

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Ask Jungle Judy Q + A

Come with your questions for Jungle Judy about problems in your garden and get troubleshooting tips.

Cost: FREE

Wednesday, July 28, 2021
12:00-12:45pm

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Mid-season Preservation Workshop

Join Asia Dorsey as she guides us through the ins and outs of making sauerkraut and touches on the basics of fermentation. All materials will be provided and you’ll take home your delicious creations.

Location: DUG HQ + Demonstration Kitchen

Cost: $30 | $27 for Sustaining Members

Saturday, August 7, 2021
10:00am-11:30am

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Fall Plant Sale

Our fall plant sale is returning! Stock up on cooler season crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, and kale, as well as pick up cover crop seeds and pre-order garlic for fall.

We’ll also be hosting a free class with Senior Education Specialist ‘Jungle Judy’ Elliott that covers tips for fall gardening.

Date: Saturday, August 7th
Time: 10am-1pm MT
Location: DUG HQ (access at back parking lot of the Posner Center)

Pre-Order Garlic here.

Saturday, August 7, 2021
10am-1pm

Extending the Harvest with Hoop Houses and Cold Frames

Whether it’s spring, fall, or winter it’s always nice to have fresh vegetables to eat! Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine make our area very conducive to year-round gardening. You can start simply by planting earlier in the spring and having protection from our late spring weather fluctuations. In this workshop, learn about extending the growing season by using an easy-to-build cold frame. We’ll provide detailed instructions and demonstrate how to build a cold frame, so that you can build your own and keep your garden growing all year long. Additional info will be shared about hoop tunnels, another simple way to extend the season. Learn about plant selection, timing, and care of the crops under these covers.

Location: Horsebarn Community Garden + DUG office

Cost: $30 | $27 Sustaining Members

Saturday, September 11, 2021
10am-11:30am

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