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Tour Deer Hollow Farm - Cupertino
Date: April 18, 2015
Good Humus Produce Plant Sale- Picnic & Open Farm Day - Yolo Co.
Date: April 18, 2015
|Family Contra Dance - Capay Valley- Yolo Co.||4/18/2015|
|Spring Plant Sale & Open House - Sunol- Alameda Co.||4/18/2015|
|Tour Deer Hollow Farm - Cupertino||4/18/2015|
|Carpinteria Greenhouse & Nursery Tour||4/18/2015|
|Good Humus Produce Plant Sale- Picnic & Open Farm Day - Yolo Co.||4/18/2015|
|Beginning Home Gardener Course - Sacramento||4/21/2015|
|For artists: April Farm Visit - Yolo County||4/23/2015|
|For artists: April Farm Visit - Yolo County||4/25/2015|
|Wildflower Walk - Marin||4/25/2015|
|Tess' Murder Mystery Dinner - Contra Costa Co.||4/25/2015|
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