The Wildflower Project presents the 1st annual Wildflower Festival at South St. Anthony Park in Saint Paul on Saturday, September 30. Join us as we raise money to help create Saint Paul’s premiere public permaculture garden. All are welcome! Great food, live music from the Part Time Ex’s, an awesome raffle with great prizes, a corn cob race, a seed exchange and great info from local pollinator experts. Grillin’ & tunes start at 12:30 pm. There is no cost for the event, although we do hope you can begin to help us meet our goal of $10,000.
Raffle Tickets only $5 Each, Lots of Winners!
Important: Tickets purchased online will be tracked by our team. Your tickets will be filled out with your name and email address, and added to the pot. Your ticket number(s) will be emailed to you. TWP will post the winning ticket numbers on our Facebook page on Monday, October 1. Should you win, a TWP member will contact you via email and coordinate receipt of your prize. Good luck!
- TWP Mug – Deneen Pottery
- 2 Jars of Honey – Bare Honey
- (2) $25 Gift Cards – Lucky’s 13 Pub
- $20 Gift Certificate – Agharta Records
- Pollinator Garden – Wildenauer Design Co.
- 60 Qt. Cooler – Society of St. Vincent de Paul
- Garden Tools – Noll Hardware & Industrial Supply
- 6 Beer Tokens & 2 Pint Glasses – Bang Brewing Company
- Growler & Snapback Hat – Urban Growler Brewing Co.
- 3 Month Supply of Coffee Beans – Roundtable Coffee Works
- (2) Bee Lawn Seed Mix – University of Minnesota Turf Science Lab
- Free Week of Yoga & Massage Voucher – Healing Elements Wellness
Drawing will be held at 3:30 pm on Saturday, September 30 at South St. Anthony Park. Need not be present to win. We’ll be sure to get your tickets entered and let you know if you’ve won. No restriction to how many tickets you can purchase or number of prizes you can win. All prizes valued at or above $20.
South St. Anthony Park is located at 890 Cromwell Ave. in Saint Paul. Let us know you’re coming! RSVP on our Facebook event page or email us at Buzz.TWP@gmail.com.
“We should so live and labor in our time that what came to us as seed may go to the next generations as blossom.” – Henry Ward Beecher
By installing wildflower gardens in underutilized or vacant spaces, The Wildflower Project aims to restore the health of pollinator habitat in the Twin Cities. We hope to bring vibrant, natural beauty back to our urban communities, while fostering education and awareness through volunteerism and partnerships. Our mission is to take spaces with no hope and give them a purpose.
We see an opportunity to be a good neighbor – to all those who inhabit our ecosystem. The idea is simple. The impact could be substantial. And it only starts with a seed.
Simply put, we are planting with a purpose.
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