Come to MOHAI on the second Thursday of the month, 6-7 pm, for a social gathering of people interested in exploring what, besides the Seattle Freeze, defines the character of this city. Each month features a short program exploring a different local topic, with guest presentations from some of Seattle's most fascinating individuals and organizations.
The topic for the April 10 Seattle AntiFreeze program is urban gardening. Join Colin McCrate, co-founder of Seattle Urban Farm Co. and co-author of Food Grown Right, in Your Backyard, as he shares tips for growing edible foods at home, no matter how much space you have.
More on MOHAI’s website: http://www.mohai.org/visit-us/mohai-calendar/eventdetail/784/-/seattle-antifreeze-urban-gardening
Parking: There are a number of places to find parking around MOHAI and the South Lake Union neighborhood, but one good suggestion is the AGC Lot at 1200 Westlake Avenue N. Evening parking is $4, with a validation coupon you receive at MOHAI. Find additional parking information here: http://www.mohai.org/visit-us#parking
Note: This program is organized by the Museum of History & Industry and is open to the general public. We welcome all Meetup Anti-Freezers to join us!