Urban gardening is a large part of what we do. With over 60 beds of produce and 11 beehives we dedicate time and resources to protecting greenspace while advocating for healthy and local eating.
Have a green thumb? Contact us to lend a hand in one of our gardens!
Whether you want to individually develop your skills or you are looking for something fun to do with friends and family, our classes are a great option. Learn to make a new dish or get a new spin on an old favorite with our culinary classes, new classes will be coming each month. Private classes can be organized for schools, organizations, scouting, and church groups to fit your needs.
A class for children and adults featuring nutritional education and hands on culinary experiences on preparing nutritious meals. Public classes will be announced as they are scheduled.
Contact our CENARE Coordinator, Veronica Reynaga for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 419-241-1655
Join us for an afternoon of cooking, art, music and more! We provide an interactive cultural experience to private groups such as schools, organizations, after-school programs, daycare centers, etc.
We can offer up to a 4-hour tour that that allows youth and attendees to learn about SQACC's mission and what we do. Participants will work with our Art Coordinator on an art project and then head into the kitchen to make their own lunch! We can also offer dance classes, a visit to the bees and more.
Cultural tours can be tailored to your group depending on the size and length of time.
Pottery Classes are now available at SQACC. Classes meet on Tuesdays (2 hours) for 8 weeks and will cover hand building, wheel throwing and surface decoration. Learn to create functional pottery as well as decorative pieces. No previous experience is necessary.