Dig-It Kingman Community Garden BBQ

Yesterday we attended the Dig-It Kingman Community Garden bbq and I signed up as an occasional monitor.  They are looking for volunteers to be at the garden for two hours to inspect the beds for any signs of pests, watering issues, etc. and to answer the gardeners’ questions.  More info on monitoring at the Dig-It site.
A great idea to keep the food cool:
It was delicious:
I hadn’t been at the garden in a while and I was amazed how much they accomplished:
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Kingman Community Garden grand opening tomorrow

The DIG it Kingman Community Garden (DIKCG) Steering Committee proudly announces the Grand Opening celebration of the DIG It Kingman Community Gardens on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 9 am to 11 am at the garden site. You are cordially invited to join us in the fun and festivities. Featured will be a Police Car, a Fire Truck, and a Military truck.
The food and fun activities will include:
· Home Depot Building Kits for the kids
· Face painting
· Donut holes
· Cake, Coffee and Water
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will begin promptly at 9 am.
Come out, bring the kids, and tour the garden and meet the members of the Steering Committee. There will be Master Gardeners on hand to answer questions and provide basic gardening instruction.

Kingman Community Garden spaghetti benefit



509 Beale St, Kingman


5:00-7:00 PM

$12.50 PER PLATE (50% of proceeds will be donated to the garden)

Great food and lots of fun!

Marinara sauce, alfredo sauce, meatballs, chicken, pasta, salad, breadsticks, iced tea or lemonade.

Call Denise Neath for details (928) 263-1164.

Support the Kingman community garden "yard" sale

I’m very excited about the Kingman Dig It community garden and I just got a chance to see the property on Saturday.   One acre adjoining Cecil Davis park off Harrison (Hualapai Mountain Rd.) was recently donated to the garden and they are moving along at lightening speed.   Fencing is almost finished and they got a water meter for just under $3,000.  Is that crazy or what?  I heard that True Value supports the garden and I’ve been making a point of shopping there.

Dig It Kingman Community Gardens will be holding a Benefit Yard Sale on Friday, May29 starting at 7:00am. It will be held at the Kingman Community Gardens site on the corner of Lillie Avenue & Harrison Street, next to Cecil Davis Park (see attached flyer).
Donated items can be dropped off on Thursday, 5/28 between 3-7pm. Call Mike Roundy for details at 928-715-1165.
All proceeds will be used to purchase irrigation and garden tools. Items not sold will be donated to local charity.

I haven’t been able to help at the garden at all as we’re so behind schedule with our own new garden construction, but I’ll drive to Kingman on Thursday to drop of stuff for them to sell.
Please contact me If you’re in the Meadview area and you have items to donate — I’ll pick them up on Wednesday or you can drop them off at Canyon’s End on Wednesday between 2 – 4 pm while we have our gardening club meeting in the front room.

The sale is on Friday, so if you’re in Kingman, check it out!
The official flier with a map and more info:
Garage Sale FLyer DIG it Kingman letterhead 5-4-2015-22
You can also see more pictures and updates on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/digitkingman