Whether you were able to grow your own or not this season, Wasatch Community Gardens is hosting an end of the season tomato sandwich party, and you are invited. The WCG is also celebrating its 30th year, as a non-profit created to empower people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, organic and local food.

Bring your friends, bring your kids, they will be serving up delicious sliced heirloom tomato and pesto sandwiches, and it’s free!! Here are the tomato party deets:

2019 Tomato Days Dine-Around SLC

 

Until Sept. 15, 2019, these local restaurants have come together to provide a tomato-themed dish that you can order—and—30% of the proceeds will go back to WCG.

Wasatch Community Gardens 2019 Tomato Sandwich Party

Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, 11am – 2pm
Grateful Tomato Garden – 615 East 800 South, Salt Lake City

Along with the free lunch, a local Irish music band, Callanish, will be performing, WCG volunteers will be conducting small garden tours, and yes, a variety of plants will be for sale for fall planting.

SLmag is always in the urban garden-preparation and planning-out game. Guess what? Did you know that the fall is an excellent time to plant those veggies that also do well in early spring? Check out 4 Things to Plant Now (like radishes and cilantro) and—be sure to refer back to our Tomato Growing Tips around Mother’s day 2020.

To find out more SLC community events, go here.