Garden Seminars

When: 
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Where: 
community room

The library and Master Gardeners have teamed up to offer a new program at the library called Garden Seminars. On the 3rd Tuesday of every month, the gardeners will discuss gardening topics such as planting, pests, environmental issues and food preservation. This program runs April through October and free is to the public. All ages are welcome and we encourage families to participate.

Tuesday, June 18-Landscaping and Gardening with a Purpose. This seminar will give property owners a starting point for becoming environmental stewards through their landscaping and gardening practices in central Wisconsin.

Tuesday, July 16 - Learning about Monarchs. This seminar will talk about the life cycle of the Monarch butterfly and what we can do to protect their enivornments. Make sure to atend the family event, Butterfly Learning Day, on Saturday, July 20 at 10:00am at the library.

Don't forget the Master Gardeners are at the library every Wednesday during the summer and fall from 9-11am. They are happy to answer any questions you have and would love to show you the beautiful gardens they maintain on the library grounds.