Do come to it. There are spring preparations to be made before planting time.
It might very well be too wet to work in the garden, though. Even if we can't, we are going to have other planned activities indoors, as follows:
The Seed Library. Come check us out. We have vegetables you can plant with the intention of returning some of their seeds to us, and this is the Seed Library proper. Please note, though, that we also have seeds that can be just planted, harvested and eaten. These are the seeds that would be hard to save, e.g. carrot, which is a biennial.
A chance to plant seeds in peat pots and bring them home for later placing in your garden. We're hoping that lots of children get involved with this. If you have a sunny window and are itching to plant something, this is for you. It certainly is way too early now to direct-seed anything outdoors.
Sign painting. If you haven't yet painted a sign to personalize your plot, this is your chance. Marysville gardeners are also welcome to come and paint a sign for their plot.
We hope to see lots and lots of people on, rain or shine.