Children's Picnic 2018

Get ready for the sixth annual Edible Austin Children's Picnic: A Real Food Fair!

Join us Sunday, April 8 
from 1–5 p.m.

Rosewood Park
2300 Rosewood Ave.

Bring a blanket, sit in the sunshine, plant a square foot garden, meet farmers and enjoy bites from local food vendors. There will be live music, storytelling and endless activities!

Thanks to our Sponsors:flyriteintegrity
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Picnic Vendors

Green Corn Project
Austin Public Library

Peoples Rx

Green Ninja Cooks
Farmhouse Delivery
Flyrite Chicken
Urban Roots
Central Texas Food Bank
AISD Nutrition and Food Services
Buddha's Brew
Fresh Chef's Society
Lick Honest Ice Creams
Austin Bees
Austin Resource Recovery
Bliss Kid Yoga
Integrity Academy at Casa de Luz

capmetroPlan your trip to Rosewood Park using CapMetro or ride your bike! 
Closest bus stops: Route 6, Stop 1819 12th and Chicon or Route 2, Stop 1909 Rosewood and Chicon

Bike racks will be provided at the park entrances. Remember to bring your own lock! Find out what trails lead to the Picnic through the city's Trail Directory or find out more about biking in Austin here.

There are four parking lots surrounding Rosewood Park (one off Pleasant Valley, one off Chestnut Ave. and two off Rosewood Ave.) that have a total of 6 ADA parking spaces. The lots on Pleasant Valley and Chestnut will otherwise be reserved for vendors and event staff. Public parking can be found at the Rosewood Ave. parking lots as well as within free spaces along public streets.

We encourage alternate routes of transportation like bus and biking options above. See you soon!

Edible Austin supports the Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights. Learn more about the city's initiative to connect children with nature.

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