• February 21, 2019 | 12:15 P.M.

    February 2019 Lunch and Learn

    Waveland Hall

    Please join us Feb. 21 at 12:15 p.m. for lunch and an inspiring program about Dogpatch Urban Gardens.  Plymouth member Jenny Quiner is the co-founder of Dogpatch, an urban farm that specializes in organically growing annual vegetable crops in northwest Des Moines. We will learn about FarmHer Jenny’s journey of starting the farm, how the farm has evolved in three short years, and how Dogpatch Urban Gardens has positively impacted the Des Moines community.

    Cost for the meal is $10 and reservations are due by noon on Feb. 19. Register by calling the church office (515.255.3149), in person Sunday, Feb. 17 in Waveland Hall, or online at plymouthchurch.com/resources under Register for Events.

    If you forget to make a reservation, you are invited to bring your own lunch and enjoy our program.  As always, men are welcome.  See you there!



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