Urban Gardening Class and Local Feast: Everything comes from Dirt
Feed your brain with an an hour and a half long gardening class taught by Sandra McLean, co-chair of Slow Food NYC and Brooklyn Botanic Gardens instructor, which is tailored especially for urban dwellers. The class focuses on growing edibles in small spaces stoops, roofs, windowsills and fire escapes (shh!). Participants will learn all the basics: choosing the correct containers, selecting the best plants, making the perfect soil mix, starting seedlings, transplanting, fertilizing, simple irrigation systems, and home composting. Each student will leave this hands-on workshop with the know-how and inspiration to start their own garden
Feed your body with a three-course market dinner, including wine pairings, in iCi's private dining room. Our meal will be prepared by iCi's chef especially for us. April is a tricky month where greenmarket offerings change from day to day, so we are trusting the chef to surprise us with a menu based upon his whimsy and what he forages at the market. It's guaranteed to be sumptuous.
246 DeKalb Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11205
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|