Pizza and Pruning Orchard Parties

Upcoming Events

January 26th, 10:00am to March 30th, 1:00pm

Seattle, WA

Pizza and Pruning Orchard Parties


Come out to help us 'trim' the trees in the orchard! Winter pruning makes trees stay healthy and grow better fruit. Learn the easiest way to give back to the environment in a local park and your extended backyard. Bring your friends, learn how to prune the trees, and get to know your neighbors and friends of City Fruit afterwards over some pizza!

Every "party" begins with a lesson in fruit tree pruning for beginners. No experience required! This is a combined volunteer opportunity and learning opportunity. Please come with your own pair of bypass pruners, loppers and protective eyewear if you have or prefer them. Otherwise there will be some tools, gloves and supplies available for volunteers. 

Please RSVP so we can get a head count for tools and pizza.



All opportunities are from 10am-1pm please arrive promptly at 10am for final headcount.


January 26 @ Meridian Playground (4800 Meridian Ave N, 98103- by the basketball court)

February 2 @ Danny Woo Garden (620 S. Main St, 98104- in the garden next to the chicken coop)

February 9 @ Piper's Orchard** (950 NW Carkeek Park Rd. 98177- CANCELLED due to snow forecast

February 23 @ Jose Rizal Park (1007 12th Ave S, 98144- meet in the parking lot)

March 16 @ Amy Yee Tennis Center (2000 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, 98144)

March 30  @ Burke Gilman Trail (2400 N Northlake Way, 98103)

**Advanced Pruning. This opportunity does not include a lesson. Volunteers should bring their own tools. Space is limited


Sign up for a shift HERE.



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