Be sure to come visit, seeds or no seeds.
I could give you all the info here, but why don't you go here https://www.facebook.com/events/197040893814452/ and read it directly. Then while you are there, maybe join us on the Facebook group?
It is like Weed'em and Reap. No dues, officers, etc., just gardeners chatting online. And LOCAL at that!
There is one part I will copy and paste here. ***IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY SEEDS: Come on anyway! Many of us have an abundance of seeds (especially cosmos and zinnias) that we will happily share for free!
There is no better way to get started saving seeds than to mix with those that do. I went last year with nothing but me and they STILL let me in the door. (I got to eat roasted Jerusalem artichokes for the first time)
I have my seed orders from Pinetree and Baker Creek all ready but will hold off until I come back from there. Who knows what I will find?
Last year I came back with an issue of Mother Earth News that had an acquaintance of mine on the cover! I never could find reference to him in the magazine, but hey, it was neat anyway.
I sure hope nothing gets in my way of going. I can't go to the Fall plant swap because of the Bell Buckle Art and Craft Fair (Webb Fair)and I missed of few of these January ones, but after going last year, I will try a LOT harder.