Spring Gardening Class
Maybe you pour over seed catalogs from the time the first snowflakes flies until your seeds arrive at your doorstep. Or maybe you've never experienced the joy of plucking your own first tomato from the vine. Avid chemical free gardner, or straight-out-of-the-city novice, there is something for each to learn at the Spring into Gardening Class on April 13, 4-6 p.m. in the Youth Room.
Darryl Hosford, owner of Simple Updates in town, is an organic gardener and also has his own green house. He experiments with heirloom seeds (seeds which are passed from grower to grower for generations). Sharing his love for growing. Darryl gave a similar workshop to the Fairplain Church, and also coordinates a garden club for local organic and heirloom seed enthusiasts. He sometimes invites them to his home garden for demos and training as well as meetings.
Darryl's presentation will include a little bit of everything from how to grow greens on your kitchen counter (sprouting) to organic gardening tips. The program will be about an hour-and-a-half and will be followed by a Q & A for a total of about 2 hours.