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Gardening Programs at the Library

Today it is snowing and later this evening it will be freezing rain.  I take it as a sure sign that spring is on the way when a battle rages between the two seasons. With thoughts of spring in mind this is a great time to look at some of our upcoming gardening programs and mark your calendars.

Gardening in the City

Tues. Mar. 10, 7:00 pm 
Are you ready for spring? with Master Gardener Rhonda Persichilli
Tues. Mar. 17, 7:00 pmHow to have the best vegetable and herb garden ever with Master Gardener Ron Rossini
Tues. Mar. 31, 7:00 pmTaking the Mystery out of Garden Structures with Master Gardener Curtis Peterson.

 

Play in the Dirt: how to build amazing soil and why it matters-Practical Urban Permaculture series

Wed. Mar. 18, 7:00 pmThis workshop will explore the complex and fascinating relationships that exist within soil.
Learn practical walys to build healthy, living soil.

 

Sowing Change: Everything you need to know about seeds

Wed. Mar. 25, 7:00 pm  
This workshop will teach you practical skills to grow your garden and the importance of using heirloom, organic seeds.

 

Wild Gardening: How to garden for wildlife and yourself-Practical Urban Permaculture series

Wed. Apr. 22, 7:00pm
Find out why most wildlife are friends not foes in the garden. Learn practical ways to work with and attract wildlife to create a flourishing garden.

 

Bless the Bees: Why pollinators are suffering and what you can do about it

Wed. Apr. 29  7:00 pm Pollinators are in decline throughout the world.  Find out what urban gardneners and eaters can do to help pollinators.

 

We have gardening programs for everyone with gardening crafts for kids, plant exchanges, saving seeds and gardening both indoors and outdoors.