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One of the 7 beautiful types of geraniums for sale
AAUW-Alameda Branch 2021 Plant Sale

Please plan to participate in this year‘s Alameda Branch Plant Sale, with all proceeds going to the Alameda Food Bank.  The sale is on Saturday, May 1.  Purchase a $25 Eventbrite ticket for 5 plants and shop exclusively from 8 AM to 9 AM.  Everyone else can shop from 9 AM until 2 PM.  The shopping locations are:

2918 Lincoln Ave., Alameda
352 Channing Way, Bay Farm Island, Alameda

Both sites will have a similar collection of plants including perennials, annuals, vegetables, herbs, succulents and indoor plants.  Every dollar you spend buys seven dollars’ worth of food.  We will be accepting credit cards, cash, and checks at both sites.  Please encourage your family, friends, and neighbors to support this very important event.

Advance tickets with priority access to the Sale, from 8:00 to 9:00 am at https://greatalamedaplantcaper.eventbrite.com

Volunteers are needed:  We need help the day before the sale (flexible timing) to help prepare the plants for sale.  This is a job that can be done while sitting at a table.  We also need volunteers from 7:00 to 8:00 am, on the day of the Sale, to help with set up at each site, and from 2:00 to 3:00 pm to help with cleanup.

Used pot donations needed: We are looking for donations of terra-cotta or ceramic pots, in good condition, of any size, with or without saucers, or just saucers.  All donations should be clean and have no cracks.

Please contact Paula Biwer (pbiwer@yahoo.com or text 510-918-8577) to volunteer or make donations.

We are very proud to collaborate with the Alameda Food Bank and give support to such an important community service.  Our goal is to raise $3000.  If you do not need any plants, but would like to make a donation, please write a check to the Alameda Food Bank and send it to Paula Biwer, 1804 2nd St., Alameda, CA 94501 or donate to the fundraiser on Eventbrite at https://greatalamedaplantcaper.eventbrite.com

In line with Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Local and State Government directives, events are virtual or social distance at this time.