The Rome Garden Club meets at the Rome Library once a month on Wednesdays at 9am from April through October. Each month, a learning session will be shared followed by an hour of working in the library gardens to keep them beautiful. Please bring your gloves and tools if you can help. Some sessions require pre-registration. All are welcome to attend and sessions are free to the public.
October 18: 9:00-10:30: Lesson on Sprouting and Microgreens. Participants will take home a sprout jar and a microgreen tray that they made in class. Pre-registration is required and limited to 12 participants. Led by Jennifer Fane, Master Gardener Volunteer. Everyone is welcome to stay after the session and help put the Library Gardens to bed for winter.