Holly Hill Farm is located at 236 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset. For information: 781-383-6565; hollyhillfarm.org.

HOLLY HILL FARM ORGANIC PLANT SALE: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 19 and 20. Holly Hill Farm’s annual Organic Plant Sale continues this weekend. Celebrate the arrival of warm weather by planting a garden with Holly Hill Farm’s own greenhouse grown, organic vegetable, herb and flower seedlings. Farmers and staff will be on hand to answer gardening questions. Cash, check or credit cards accepted.

COFFEEHOUSE AT HOLLY HILL FARM: 5-9 p.m. May 19. Local musicians will be jamming at the Tomato Barn representing a variety of music genres to support the Farm to Food Pantry Program at Holly Hill Farm. Light refreshments will be available for purchase. Dean’s Beans coffee for $1 a cup and baked goods. No cover charge but donations gratefully accepted to support this important program that also provides teens with an opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

FARM TO TABLE SPRING DINNER: 6-10 p.m. June 2. Join us for our annual Spring Dinner with Chef Maryann Saporito from Hola! of Marshfield. The prix fixe dinner menu will take advantage of the early season farm offerings. Wine and beer pairings are included. Evening includes a tour of Peck’s Meadow to view our organically grown field and the new greenhouse. Proceeds will support educational programs at the Farm and at local schools. Email or call to reserve seating. Tickets and pricing information on the website.

SOUTH SHORE QUESTS: Quest Boxes will remain in place through Nov, 15. South Shore Quest season has begun! Are you new to questing? A quest is a way to turn a walk into a treasure hunt. The South Shore Quest committee publishes a book of quests every year. This year there are 14 quests in many towns across the South Shore, and there is a new Troll-themed quest at Holly Hill Farm. Quests are self-guided. Quest books are for sale at the farm ($5 per book) and at several other locations around the South Shore including Holly Hill Farm, the Hingham Public Library, South Shore Natural Science Center, Buttonwood Books & Toys. Check this website for updates: southshorequests.org.

FARM TO FOOD PANTRY TEEN COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM AT HOLLY HILL FARM: The Farm to Food Pantry Program is a unique opportunity for teenagers ages 13-18. We are ready to plant, grow and work in the Farm Pantry Garden. We are excited to host students seeking community service and who wish to volunteer at Holly Hill Farm. Ongoing dates are 3-5 p.m. Fridays and/or 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays. This schedule will be in effect through June 23. For information and to register, visit hollyhillfarm.org. Contact Education Director Jon Belber with any questions at 781-383-6565 or jbelberhollyhill@hotmail.com.

CARROTS BY CYCLE BENEFIT: Help support Farm to Food Pantry coordinator Jon Belber as he sets off on his bicycle to plant carrot seeds on May 31. This part 1 phase will begin at a garden in Boston, then head to gardens in Quincy, Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Hull, Scituate and end at Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset. The day-long bike riding and planting is to raise awareness about the need for fresh, organic produce for food pantry clients at local, area community kitchens and food pantries. Part 2 will occur in the late summer when he plans to bike and harvest the carrots. Please make a donation to support this program that works with teens across the South Shore to grow, harvest and deliver fresh produce to Wellspring, Father Bill’s and food pantries in these towns. Additional riders welcome. To make a donation, visit HollyHillFarm.org or email jbelberhollyhill@hotmail.org.

WALKING TRAILS are open to the public every day: Holly Hill Farm is a tranquil destination for a stroll in the woods and a visit with our farm animals. Property maps are available for purchase in the Greenhouse or in the Farm Office during business hours for $3.