Join us for a day of FARMING and a POTLUCK.
It's harvest season at The Hull-House Urban Farm at UIC.
It is bountiful and flush with beauty.
Date & Time
Saturday, September 22
with a shared meal after
Hull-House Heirloom Farm
at Halsted St and Taylor St.
The gate to the farm is on the south side of Taylor, just east of Halsted.
In addition to being harvest time, it's a season of prolific growth for plants...including weeds. We've been working hard, but things are starting to push past the boundary of the enchanting harmony of a controlled chaos.
As many hands make light work, we're asking you to come lend yours.
And, because the farm is the legacy of the Jane Addams Hull-House, it seems appropriate to make it a social function as well as a social action.
What to Bring
-Garden gloves, if you have them
-Sun Protection, i.e. hat or bandana, sunscreen, lightweight long- sleeved shirt
-Food and/or a Beverage to Share
This event is cosponsored by:
The UIC Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change
- African-American Cultural Center
- Asian American Resource and Cultural Center
- Disability Resource Center
- Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
- Latino Cultural Center
- Women's Leadership and Resource Center
We hope you can join us!
* All views expressed are those of the guests and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, or the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Architecture and the Arts.