Oct 28 2021

LCC – UIC Heritage Garden Harvest Festival: Planting Seeds of Knowledge and Fostering Resilience Fall 2021

October 28, 2021

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Location

Latino Cultural Center, Lecture Center B2

Address

Chicago, IL 60607

Image description: Vertical undulating orange line with yellow letters that read heritagegarden.uic.edu Fall 2021. A yellow horizontal stripe towards the top reads in green letters Harvest Festival Planting seeds of Knowledge and Fostering Resilience. The text with the event details is listed in a white background. There are two pictures in the poster in a circular shape surrounded by a circular green border made up of an outside green line and an inside set of green dots. One image in the top right corner is the profile of a person sitting on a raised bed harvesting lemon balm. The second image in the lower left hand corner features three students holding recently harvested corn. Corn stalks are visible in the background. The logos for the Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change, the UIC Latino Cultural Center, and the UIC Heritage Garden are at the bottom.

• How does planting seeds of knowledge rooted in social justice foster inclusion?
• How can our collective remembering be a tool of resilience?

The UIC Heritage Garden is hosting the Fifth Annual Harvest Fest!

When: Tues. Oct. 26, 2021
Time: 1 to 3pm CST
Where: In-Person event at the LCC
Get the tools to grow Guerrilla Gardens in your neighborhood, take a Plant home and learn about cultural connections, contribute to the Recipe Zine, create skull-shaped seed bombs to help preserve Monarch butterfly habitats, and honor departed loved ones through storytelling.

Learn how to create Seed paper and share stories of your own sustainability practices.

For access needs or questions, contact us at (312) 996-3143 or heritagegarden.uic@gmail.com

Please wear a mask at all times.

RSVP

Contact

Latino Cultural Center

Date posted

Oct 12, 2021

Date updated

Oct 12, 2021