Dale and Bonnie Forsyth tie up garlic grown at the Sunshine Community Garden to be sold at a garden fundraiser in Chilliwack on Sept. 28.

Garlic workshop and fundraiser in the garden

The free event which is open to the public will include a 'Grow your Own Garlic' Workshop

Fresh, local garlic is the focus of a special fundraiser Saturday by the Sunshine Community Garden.

The gardeners grew garlic this year as a fundraising opportunity to support garden maintenance costs like new wheelbarrows, signage, benches, and more.

They are hosting a  a Garlic Workshop & Fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 1-3 p.m at the garden off Wells Road.

This free event – open to the public- will include a “Grow your Own Garlic” Workshop, hosted by Garden Gabbers leader Laura Delisle.

“Buy and enjoy local food, while supporting a great cause!”

The garlic is $10/lb, in half-lb or one-lb bags available.

To order or get more details about the workshop email: sunshinecommunitygarden@gmail.com

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