All are welcome for a Supper Series Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on Tuesday, February 21st. Supper at 5:30 pm with the program beginning at 6:15 pm. FREE! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pollinator gardens are a key factor in preserving our pollinators. Endangered by habitat destruction and chemicals, bees and butterflies are essential to our well-being. The Pollinator Pathway program is a national effort to rebuild gardens with the right plants and flowers and then connect them so that they are within a few hundred yards of each other.
Master Gardeners, Sue Kelley and Sherry Smith, along with Nick Webb, will discuss the importance of native plants and how to create a pollinator garden from design to execution, so that you too can help our pollinator friends. Emerson Dunning, a member of the Girl Scout troop that planted and maintains the pollinator gardens on the slope next to the church’s back parking lot will also be participating. Gardens can be both beautiful and beneficial!