Festive Fall Programs

National City Nonprofit to Host Festive Fall Programs and Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with Scary-Good “Kitchenistas” Documentary

  • Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center makes healthy fall-inspired treats

  • Movie lovers to enjoy screenings of The Kitchenistas in honor of Latinx Heritage month

Summer is over but don’t ghost us. During the month of October, South Bay community members can look forward to a variety of programs, virtually and in-person, hosted by Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center. These programs include educational adult cooking classes, screenings and film panels of “The Kitchenistas” and festive Fall activities for families and people of all ages to enjoy. For more information, visit Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center upcoming events page

Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center programs keep community members and families  engaged by providing resources and activities that promote healthy equity, food access – and most of all, fun! Community members are invited to join these programs so that they can continue to learn, make healthy decisions and inspire others in their community.



OLIVEWOOD GARDENS & LEARNING CENTER’S historic 7.85-acre property in National City, California serves as an interactive, indoor-outdoor classroom for children and adults from around San Diego County. Our purpose is to inspire healthy communities. We do this through environmental science, urban agriculture, nutrition education, healthy cooking, food access, job skills and leadership development, and community building. For more information, visit www.olivewoodgardens.org