Dayton Village Citizens Coalition Gardening Workshop

This fun event is free and open to families.  At 1:15 Robert Tucker, Pres. of the DVCC will open event with a welcome. At 1:30 Caren White, Master Gardener (aka the herb lady) will teach us about Growing, Harvesting and Preserving Herbs. Later there will be time to ask questions and share your gardening experiences.  

Please bring a non-perishable food item for the South Brunswick Food Pantry. Also if you want, bring a clean plant container or catalog or seeds to share.

 

Contact Information
  1. Art Lee
  2. 7323092434
  3. barlee60@comcast.net
Sun, February 03
1:15 pm — 3:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 02/03/2019 1:15pm 02/03/2019 3:30pm America/New_York Dayton Village Citizens Coalition Gardening Workshop

This fun event is free and open to families. At 1:15 Robert Tucker, Pres. of the DVCC will open event with a welcome. At 1:30 Caren White, Master Gardener (aka the herb lady) will teach us about Growing, Harvesting and Preserving Herbs. Later there will be time to ask questions and share your gardening experiences.

Please bring a non-perishable food item for the South Brunswick Food Pantry.

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110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, NJ
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

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