This season we want to spread the word about the garden and get folks in to enjoy it, as gardeners and patrons. We aim to
Our overall goal is to raise awareness of the Library and its gardens as a growing and developing community center for all ages.
This year we're starting the season with a Gardens Open House on Saturday April 27th between 10 am and noon. It will be a chance to see the what's started to come up in the gardens, do some gardening, check out this year's projects, sign up to volunteer and meet other volunteers. See you there.
To celebrate ...well... to celebrate! Sept. 8. Stay tuned!!!
Gardens subcommittee meetings are usually held at 7:00 PM on the last Tuesdays of the month. The subcommittee develops and carries out projects having to do with the gardens around the library. If you're interested in participating or have an idea for a project, check the Garden Calendar and come to a meeting.
A gardens subcommittee is forming to develop and maintain the library property to support its role as a community center for all ages. Enlarging and redesigning the Children's Garden was a first step. The subcommittee will continue developing the garden to serve patrons and support library programming, as well as exploring other outdoor projects.
If you're interested in joining the subcommittee or have a project in mind that would be perfect for the library property, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas.
Volunteers bring work gloves, favorite weeding tool.
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