Gardeners Pathway: Expand Your Palette of Ideas
Are you looking to expand your gardening palette of ideas? Attend the 2013 Gardeners Pathway symposium of workshops for gardeners of all levels presented by University of Illinois Extension DeKalb Country Master Gardeners and Kishwaukee College on Saturday, February 23. Begin the day with a continental breakfast and exhibit hall before attending keynote speaker organic gardener Rich Tobiasz's presentation "Make Mine Green." Next, choose from a selection of 17 workshops ranging from floral arranging to a tour of the Kishwaukee College Greenhouse or build a garden obelisk. Enjoy lunch and continue with workshops in the afternoon.
For more information and to register in advance, by February 18, visit www.web.extension.illinois.edu/bdo. The cost is $50. The Kishwaukee College Conference Center is at 21193 Malta Road in Malta.
Recurrence: One Time
Date: February 23, 2013
Time: 7:30 AM
Place: Kishwaukee College Conference Center
Where: 21193 Malta Road
Website: www.kishwaukeecollege.edu/business community/continuing education/gardeners pathway/CESP13 Garde