Join us for a day of planting sunflowers and pumpkins, garden crafts and fun science experiments with plants for children and their families.
Saturday, May 11, 10-12pm
NOPL @ Cicero LibraryFarm
Registration is requested, click here to sign up!
Find out more about our LibraryFarm.
Other upcoming events:
Starting Thursday, June 27 – *NEW* Junior Gardeners
A new club meets over the summer to plant and tend two raised beds in the LibraryFarm community garden. For children ages seven and up. Find out more!
Wednesday, May 22 – Habitat Gardening For Life
Presented by Janet Allen, President of Habitat Gardening in CNY. By providing habitat for even the smallest creatures and by using earth-friendly landscaping practices, we can help create a healthy planet for future generations. Become a habitat gardener and watch your yard come to life. 6:30pm – 8pm. Sign up.
Tuesday, June 4 – What’s Bugging Your Garden?
Nothing is more frustrating for a vegetable gardener than to find that something is destroying your vegetables. Often the pest is not even seen. Slugs and bugs slip in and cause trouble that you may not notice until too late. What’s Bugging Your Garden? is about things like squash vine borers, cucumber beetles and cabbage worms, and a few larger creatures such as groundhogs and rabbits, and ways to stop or minimize their damage. Presented by John Allen. 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Sign up.
Saturday, June 15 – Seed Saving
Learn about saving seeds from your plants this season and participate in a seed swap program. Presented by Jenny Stratton. 11am – 12pm. Sign up.