Thurs, Sept 12
Lacey Community Center
Doors open at 6:15pm
Play from 7-9pm
Play bingo and enjoy a dessert & beverage. Marianne Binetti will again be our Mistress of Ceremonies – keeping participants on their toes with her garden trivia delivered as she calls the bingo numbers.
Prizes are choice plants and garden items.
Everyone takes home a gardening gift!
Reservation form now available at http://mgftc.org/activities/fundraising/bingo/
Applications are now available. The deadline to apply is September 13th unless the class is already filled.
Master Recycler Composter (MRC) volunteers are trained on how to reduce waste and increase public awareness about reducing, recycling, and composting in Thurston County. Afterwards course graduates agree to give 25 hours of yearly service inspiring others to reduce waste at home and work.
Participants receive background and hands-on training over nine sessions from county and state educators.
Do you have a passion for recycling, composting, and waste prevention? If so, then apply today!
Here in Thurston County we are lucky to have three Demonstration Gardens which serve as examples to the public of the gardening techniques and recommendations from the WSU Master Gardeners and Master Recycler Composters.
DirtWorks will be open on three select Thursday evenings from 5-8pm during the months of June, July and August with a special focus/demonstration:
• June 27 – square foot gardening (workshop starts at 6pm in the gazebo)
• July 25 – fairy and miniature gardening
• August 22 – food and yard waste composting (workshop starts at 6pm in the gazebo)
These times are in addition to the regular weekly hours the gardens are open. Click “Read more” for garden locations and a complete list of all the garden hours.
Make time to come and visit us this summer!
Do you have a plant eaten-up by bugs or diseases? Maybe you have a plant or weed you cannot identify? Do you have a problem area in your yard and need advice on what to plant?
That’s where the WSU Master Gardener volunteers of Thurston County can help. You can call or email the clinic with your questions or drop by the office in person to get answers.