Tuesday, November 14, 7pm at the Manchester Community Center. Guests are cordially invited, $5 fee.
One week from today the Seaside Garden Club presents this delightfully illustrated program exploring the importance of creating welcoming habitats for birds through thoughtful landscape choices, including native plants vital for food and nesting sites. Presenters Joan Butler and Jana Milbocker are experienced gardeners with backgrounds in floral and graphic design. Go to their Enchanted Gardens website (http://www.enchantedgardensdesign.com) for details.
Seaside Gardeners are asked to bring donations for Beverly Bootstraps to this meeting. Toiletries are especially needed, such as tooth paste & brushes, shampoo, body wash, men’s and women’s razors, and feminine products.
Members are also encouraged to bring in material for the window boxes at Beverly Bootstraps. The Community Service committee requests greens from White Pine, Hemlock, Balsam Fir, Cedar, and Cyprus. Branches should be 2 to 3 feet long and put in plastic bags. Please bring to the Nov 14 meeting or drop off at Lenore’s house.