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To stimulate interest and creative activity in the art of gardening; To enhance the beauty of our community; To contribute to civic improvement; To work for the conservation of native plants and wildlife.
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OCTOBER 6, 2016 Thursday, 12 noon
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
679 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford.
(Directions to entrances to parking are in the front of the church from Farmington Avenue and South Highland Street.)
Book Talk: The Earth Knows My Name
Speaker: Patricia Klindienst, Author
The author will present a slide talk on ethnic and immigrant gardeners and their garden practices. The book tells the stories of fifteen ethnic Americans who transmit their cultural heritage through their gardens. Copes of the book will be for sale.
OPEN MEETING, Guest donation $10.00
Tea sandwiches, cookies and beverages will be served.