Thank you to all who helped make the 2022 Great GROW Get Together a huge success!
We were able to connect with over 200 community members while meeting our fundraising goals! This support will help us continue to connect youth to healthy food and nature through hands-on garden-based learning to nourish growing minds and bodies.
Watch for the announcement of the date for next year's event! In the meantime enjoy some photos of the highlights of the latest Great GROW Get Together.
Join us to support and celebrate GROW garden-based education!
The Great GROW Get Together will be our biggest fundraiser of the year. This family friendly event will feature:
• Live music performed by Russell Pedersen & Josh Rabie
• Local chef made food using garden taste test & Kids Cooking Challenge recipes
• Silent Auction Items
• Family Fun Themed Raffle Baskets
• Carnival Style Games
• Grand Prize Drawing for Garden Passport Holders*
• The Pearl Street Brewery tap truck
Games, silent auction, 50/50 raffle tickets for sale, Pearl Street taps for sale, face painting and live music
Food prepared by local chefs using winning Kids Cooking Challenge recipes and garden taste test recipes
Silent Auction Ends, 50/50 drawing, passport winner announced, eBike raffle drawing
food, entertainment, access to an amazing silent auction.
Student (ages 4-18) tickets include:
all of the above PLUS game tickets.
Little Sprouts (ages 0-3):
tickets are FREE and include all of the above.
The dynamic old-time duo of Josh and Russell combine fiddle and banjo traditions into a unique blend of thundering instrumentals and original music. Beautiful harmonies honed in coulee country blanket a spread of down-home songs about the Midwest. Russell is a member of the Wisconsin based touring band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and Josh captain’s an electric americana outfit named Echo Black River. Their music is sure to bring a dance to your feet and a smile to your face.
If you can not make it to the event and would still like to help connect youth to healthy food and nature you can make a donation. All donations go directly to hands-on garden-based education.