This is a listing of events for our members and others interested in plant biodiversity, heritage gardening, organic gardening, and seeds. If you know of any other upcoming events, please send the information to office@seeds.ca

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Do you have leftover seeds from your seed swap or seed library?

We can help circulate them to our representatives who will put them to good use at other community seed swaps. Every week during the winter, we mail books and table-top materials to Seedy Saturdays and Seedy Sundays all across the country, so we can easily include your leftover seeds in our packages. Our volunteers will make sure the seeds get to their local seed swap tables and seed libraries, so you'll know that they won't go to waste.

Mail your leftover seeds to:

Seeds of Diversity Canada
#1-12 Dupont St West
Waterloo ON N2L 2X6

Westport Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          10 to 2
Knox Presbyterian Church
Westport, ON

Contact: heritage @kingston.net

Toronto-Central East Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          1 to 4
Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute, 135 Overlea Blvd. (In the Cafetorium)
Toronto-Central East, ON

Huntsville Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          
Library
Huntsville, ON

Caledon Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          12 to 3
Caledon Public Library, Albion Bolton Branch, 150 Queen Street S., Bolton
Caledon, ON

Join us to celebrate our inaugural Seedy Saturday. There will be a seed library, seed swap, horticultural groups, local community environmental groups and businesses and activities for the whole family. A hands-on demonstration at 2 pm by The Gardening Girl, Julia Dimakos who will show you how to plant and transplant seeds. Bring the whole family to pick up tips to start your own garden. Event is in partnership with Caledon Public Library, Albion Hills Community Farm and Bolton & District Horticultural Society. Seed donations to our Caledon Seed Library are welcome! Free admission.

For more information please contact: Laura Nolloth at lnolloth [at] caledon.library.on.ca

Annapolis Royal Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          9 t o12
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, 441 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, NS

Join us for Annapolis Royal's first Seedy Saturday during the Winter Market at the Historic Gardens.
Free admission. Seed and seedling vendors, community seed swap table, kid's activities, door prize.

Contact: [[ashlea[at]nexicom.net]]

Kemptville Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          11 to 3
North Grenville Public Library, Kemptville Branch
Kemptville, ON

Seeds and Seedling Saturday.

Hudson Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 4, 2019          9 to 12
Parish Hall, 216 Churchill St
Hudson, SK

Bring seeds to swap or purchase. Kid's activities, vendor tables, door prizes. Admission free.

Toronto-West Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 11, 2019          9 to 1
The Assembly Hall 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Toronto-West, ON

Annual Plant, Seed & Tool Exchange ECO Community Event
Family Friendly
Outdoors
Bring Plants - Exchange Plants - Take home plants
Bring Seeds - Exchange Seeds - Take home seeds
Donate & Purchase Plants
Donate & Purchase Seeds
Pick up a Tree, from Tree for Me - Toronto
Join our Local Gardening Groups:
LEGS - Lakeshore Environmental Gardening Society
Gardens Lakeshore - Toronto Urban Farming Food Growers

Learn from local gardeners & join our garden community

Contact: Info [at] legsetobicoke.ca

Toronto-Scarborough Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 11, 2019          11 to 3
Malvern Presbyterian Church, 1301 Neilson Road (at Tapscott),
Toronto-Scarborough, ON

Buy or trade heirloom varieties of herbs and vegetables or native plants as seeds or seedlings.
Visit informative environmental displays and enjoy workshops on transforming your own yard into a productive pollinator patch and/or food garden.

Bring in your extra seedlings to trade other varieties to expand your garden.
Check out the Malvern Seed Exchange and learn about how you can participate in Malvern's Community Gardens.

Seed you there! Suggested admission $2 or pay what you can.