Monday, April 18, 2011

BOHO Farm Events for May


We want to invite you to join us for all that is happening in May!


May 1   BOHO Farm will be participating in JAM Boutique's May Day Festival
9am-1pm
We will have eggs, jams, jellies, herbed butter, goat cheese and herbs, plus some garden items.




May 7  6:30pm  An Evening at the Coop:  Tapas, Paella and Flan...
we will be serving up farm fresh tapas, paella and
lavender infused flan $20 person, b.y.o.b
seating is extremely limited
Bring a date and join us for a lovely Spanish inspired evening! 
Register here.


May 15  10-2:30pm. We are on the Edible Arcadia Tour. 
Tickets are $15 per person an includes lunch.



May 21 8am-9am Pick Your Own Fruit Day at BOHO Farm
You can come to Boho Farm and pick peaches, plums and apricots
 $5 per provided bag.

May 21 10am-noon  Jam Making Class at BOHO Farm
Come learn how to make jam the old fashioned way .
$10 and you get to take some jam home too.
Register here.

May 27 6:30-8pm  Interior Design:The Basics Class
at JAM Boutique
 in Old Town Scottsdale
I will be teaching on the basic principles of interior design and equipping you
to tackle your own interior design challenges. 

WOW!  That is one full month of fun...Come join us!







13 comments:

  1. My goodness, you are busy. All the events sound so wonderful. Love paella!

    Ann-Marie

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  2. I echo Ann- Marie's 'my goodness'....sounds like all a ton of beautiful fun! I'm so glad I get to be your friend!

    xoxo lylah

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  3. Oh my goodness, if I lived closer you could count me in! But in my absence it will leave an additional spot to be filled. Sounds great!
    In answer to your question - I started growing "HARDY" hibiscus in Upper Michigan a couple of years ago. Last year my one plants was over 9 ft. tall. But in our zone they have to be the "HARDY" type. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    'hugs from afar'

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  4. P.S. The HARDY hibiscus are perennials up here. Mine came back beautifully after being trimmed back in the fall and mulched.

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  5. Caroline, you are going to be quite busy in May :D I wish I could join-in on the fun *sadface*

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  6. I think it is wonderful that you make an income at your home! You're such a busy person and so skilled. I pray that you have a wonderful turn out to each event.
    Blessings~
    Pat

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  7. wow! What a month! I wish I could be there for the jam making class...something I've always wanted to try. Actually, I kinda wish I could stop in for all of the activities! Enjoy!

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  8. Wow! Caroline - what a fantastic schedule! Sounds marvelous! Wish I was anywhere possibly close! I hope all goes well!
    Take Care,
    Kathy

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  9. Oh, this is fabulous! Where are you located? You never know, maybe it's possible....I wanted to come over and say hello today -- and to invite you to check out a GiveAway over at "my place." For porcelain enamel house numbers from Denmark. Feeling lucky?? Have a great weekend, -susan

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  10. That is one full month! All sounds so fun, you have an amazing business, best wishes for you at all your events this month!!

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  11. Wish I could be there.
    Sounds fabulous!
    xx
    Alison

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  12. Your pictures and energy are such inspiration for me! I love seeing other suburbanites embracing this life style!

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  13. Caroline,
    Just got home from your jam making class and had a blast. Would enjoy a book. I met some wonderful ladies from Scottsdale who love to learn to make many items from scratch. This was the 3rd event I attended at your home and I hope to be there for many more.
    Carol F

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments!

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