John Paul Endicott
     
 
Welcome to the Memorial to John Paul Endicott Food Crops Garden at Temple University Ambler. John Paul's passing was much to soon, but in his short life, he touched many people with his quest for knowledge through travel, work, and his continuing education.
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SUMMER VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE IS HERE!

Garden Season is
May-October 2014

Open to the public, and is family friendly. Volunteers meet twice monthly: Monday evenings and Saturday mornings.

Garden Volunteer Schedule 2014

May
Monday 5/12
Saturday 5/31

June
Saturday 6/14
Monday 6/23

July
Saturday 7/12
Monday 7/21

August
Saturday 8/2
Monday 8/18

September
Saturday 9/6
Monday 9/15

Announcing our new intern for the 2014 Season:
Cindy Ahern


COMING ON
SEPTEMBER 21, 2014!
4rth ANNUAL GARLIC FEST
!

3-6 PM l Temple University Ambler Campus
Public Welcome!

Music, food, games, garlic cooking competition, raffles, and much more!
All ages are welcome to
join in on the fun!

Check for the latest events on our Facebook Events page.

As a Temple University Horticulture student, John Paul developed and carried out the idea of a community garden plot, whose harvest of tomatioes, beans, potatoes, and greens, goes entirely to families in need. In his memory and honor, family and friends have come together to support his vision and continue the work that he started. Details...


Spring is Here!
A new planting season is about to begin! We are seeking volunteers for the 2014 Season. No gardening experience necessary but look at what YOU will gain:

  • Learn organic gardening tips from experts while working with a wide variety of food-crops an herbs.
  • Enjoy exercise, fresh air and beautiful surroundings & meet new people.
  • Observe various garden-dwelling wildlife.
  • Honor John Paul's memory while giving back to the
  • community.

JP Endicott Memorial Garden 2014 | All Rights Reserved
580 Meetinghouse Rd. Ambler PA 19002