As July, so next January according to Folklore 2018 MG July Newsletter
Tickets for the 19th annual WCMGVA Garden Walk are now available from any Master Gardener Volunteer and vendors listed on the poster. They will also be available at each featured garden the day of the walk.
Six beautiful gardens will be featured, all in Wisconsin Rapids. Addresses of the gardens are:
3731 7th Street S
3720 Cliff Street
1341 Airport Ave
409 Pepper Ave
540 3rd Street S ( South Wood County Historical Museum)
840 1st Street N ( Le Chateau B&B)
In addition, Art in the Garden Boutique will offer gently used gardening items, magazines, and book for sale as well as NEW garden art objects. Three handmade items will be raffled. Musicians in select gardens will provide special music. Local artists will have their talents on display and for sale, including photography, paintings, porcelain painting, painted deer skulls/antlers, jewelry, local maple syrup, and local honey and honey/beeswax products. Master Gardener Volunteers will be present to answer your gardening questions.
We are pleased to promote this fundraiser for the Respite Care Center that provides services and support for our neighbors with cognitive dysfunctions and their caregivers. Six beautiful gardens, door prizes, raffle, and refreshments make it an enjoyable Sunday afternoon. One of the gardens features is created by one of our own WCMG volunteers. Hope you can attend!
Join the Wood County Master Gardener Association for their 4th ‘Garden and Coffee Talks’ event taking place at the Pittsville Library. This discussion will focus on Insects, bugs, invasive pest, and other critters of the garden world. This will be a casual open group discussion in a round table setting where guests can actively participate in the group and take part in the sharing of knowledge. Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be provided. FREE EVENT
Join the Wood County Master Gardener Association for their 3rd ‘Garden and Coffee Talks’ event taking place at the Marshfield Library. This discussion will focus on Community Gardens and their impacts on Community Health. Our featured speaker will be Laura Zelenak, Health Educator from Marshfield Clinic and Marshfield HealthyLifestyles. This will be a casual open group discussion in a round table setting where guests can actively participate in the group and take part in the sharing of knowledge. Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be provided. FREE EVENT
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library, 105 S Maple Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449, USA