The purpose of this group is to offer members an opportunity to develop their gardening knowledge and skills. Participation will be a combination of informational presentations and hands-on experience. Janet Macunovich, master gardener, and designer of our Children's Sensory Garden, provides educational seminars and serves as "crew chief" for the projects currently in development as well as those we will create as time, talent and funding allow.
2nd Wednesday of the month, generally. December - no meeting, January and February seminars only from 6:30p-8:00p.
Location Library's Community Room.
Topics covered at the outset: based on the needs of the new garden at the Library, e.g. winter protection/winter interest, signs for the new garden, creating other elements of interest for the garden.
During the growing season, March through November, meets more frequently to keep up with gardening tasks required, These meetings run from 4:30p-8:00p. They begin with hands-on work in the garden and end with an educational seminar afterward.
There is no cost to join the Library Garden Club beyond your time to attend meetings and your participation in work bees on the gardens at the Library. To sign up, email Joni Pelland, Administrative Assistant, or call her at 248-618-7681, to give her your name, phone number, and email address. Notices about meetings and work bees will be by email.