annual events

These annual events are part of WMCG fundraising opportunities to support our community gardening projects.

Every May

Plant Sale

Our annual plant sale is held at the community garden every May. We offer all types of plant sales: flowers, veggie plants, house plants, and so much more. Some vendors including a food truck are at this event. Also, soil testing and educational demonstrations are provided.

Summer Months

Farmer's Market

As a community garden we share in the produce we grow. Most of the time we have extras and will sell produce on Saturday's at the garden. The Saturday's will vary based on our surplus supply. Please connect with a garden member or check our social media for availability updates.

Every August

Garden & Farm Tours

This event includes a Friday open house at the garden with educational demos, tours of the garden, soil testing, load of vendors, food trucks, a raffle and a silent auction.

The second part of this event is a two-day, self guided tour of garden and farms in the area. Tickets include a secret map of these locations. Go be inspired on different ways to grow on the mountain!


Year Round

Gardening Classes

As a community garden we partner with other institutions like the Northland Pioneer College and the Show Low Library to provide gardening education classes. Programs vary so connect with a garden member or check our social media for more details.

Summer & Fall Months

Children's Garden

The community garden is proud to have a section dedicated to children learning how to garden. Program classes are typically on Saturday's in the Summer and Fall months.


Garden Yoga

Celebrate the beauties of the our mountain garden by taking a yoga class at the community garden. For a small fee, join our Yoga instructor as she leads you through stretching and relaxation poses. (Double mats recommended.)


Pumpkin Patch

We will be growing pumpkins and gourds to sell in the Fall. Come pick your own White Mountain grown pumpkins to celebrate the season.



Whether participating in events or hosting our own, community connection is important to us!