Events & Workshops

Learn about our expert-led seminars & hands-on workshops scheduled for the coming months.
Most of the events are FREE, do not require registration and are held in the Events Area.

Please note: While we are a dog-friendly store, dogs are not allowed in the Events Area or the Garden Cafe. Working service dogs are an exception and are always welcome. Please refer to our Pet Policy for more information. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Master Gardeners

May 7, 10-1pm

Bring your questions and get qualified help from the Washington State University Extention Master Gardeners. Look for them in the Garden Store every other Saturday this summer! 

Talking Tomatoes with Tracy from Westwind Garden

May 7, 10-11am

Are you a novice tomato grower or do you just feel like one?  This is the class for you! Tracy from Westwind Gardens (one of our FABULOUS organic produce suppliers) will be talking about growing healthy, abundant tomato plants – organically!

May In The Edible Garden with Lisa Taylor

May 7, 12-1pm

Lisa Taylor

A monthly series with urban gardener, Lisa Taylor about making this year the best your edible garden has seen! Topics this month include:

  • Start basil
  • Transplanting tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant
  • Watering
  • Dry and liquid fertilizers
  • Harvesting and what to do when things bolt and go to seed: lettuces, brassicas, cilantro, spinach, chard, carrots

Cake Pops for Mom!

May 7, 3-4:30pm

Sarah Brittingham, The Cake Pop Lady

Sweeten your Mother's Day by learning the secret of making cake pops! Create 10 of  your own unique treats at the adult/child class. A perfect activity for children ages 5+. KIDS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. ONCE child per adult. Class size is limited. Registration is $35 for adult/child pair.

Sweeten your Mother's Day by learning the secret of making cake pops! Create 10 of your own unique treats at the adult/child class. A perfect activity for children ages 5+. CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. ONE child per adult. Class size is limited. Registration is $35 for adult/child pair.

Creating Bird Friendly Communities

May 14, 10-11am

Eastside Audubon

Attention bird lovers! Join Eastside Audubon to learn about Bird Friendly Communities, a nationwide campaign to restore and protect wildlife habitat in order to maintain biodiversity in growing communities.  Learn about simple steps you can take in your own backyard to create important bird habitat and how you can get involved in your community to promote bird-friendly practices. Learn how to attract birds to your backyard, while making the community healthier for birds, and for people.

Growing and Cooking with Herbs

May 14, 12-1pm

Too often herb plants go too soon or go unused in the garden, but not this year! Come hear some growing tips for growing herbs in pots and garden beds, all while enjoying a few herbaceous nibbles and drinks. Urban Farmer and Cookbook Author Amy Pennington demonstrates how to make the most of her herbs this year. Come join the conversation!

Girls Night Out

June 10, 7:30-9:30pm

Benefitting EvergreenHealth's Women's Breast Health Center

It’s here again! The store is all yours for this private event... Gather your girlfriends and join us for a fabulous night of shopping and fun! Toast the evening with a complimentary glass of wine from Woodinville’s own Goose Ridge Estate, enter to win spectacular spring prizes, and save 10% on everything in store all while benefitting Evergreen Women’s Breast Health Center! Tickets are $20 per person and are available HERE!

Tickets are $20 per person and are available HERE!