Men’s Garden Club Horticulture Show


Men’s Garden Club Horticulture Show

When: Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

What: Bring your best to show or just admire summer’s bounty of flowers and vegetables at this show.

Where: Fellows Riverside Gardens, 123 McKinley Ave.

Info: Call 330-740-7116

EXHIBIT: VANISHING ACTS: TREES UNDER THREAT

When: Through Oct. 31.

What: Vanishing Acts tells the story of threatened and endangered trees. It takes a compelling look at the precarious plight of the world’s trees and what that means to our everyday lives.

Where: Fellows Riverside Gardens

Cost: Free

Info: Call 330-740-7116

Guided Garden Tours

When: Wednesday, 6-7 p.m.

What: Enjoy an evening garden tour led by a volunteer garden guide to see what is blooming and thriving in the gardens.

Where: Fellows Riverside Gardens

Cost: Free

Info: Call 330-740-7116

Botanical Mornings

When: Aug. 28, 9–10 a.m.

What: Take in the beauty of the Gardens this summer with a guided walk led by Lynn Zocolo.

Where: Fellows Riverside Gardens

Cost: $5

Info: Call 330-740-7116

MAHONING VALLEY DAHLIA SOCIETY SHOW

When: Aug. 29-30, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

What: View the many entries and diversity of this lovely late summer bloomer.

Where: Fellows Riverside Gardens

Cost: Free

Info: Call 330-740-7116

Garden Paths

When: Sept. 2, 6 p.m.

What: There’s nothing like a relaxing walk through the garden. We can help you enhance your garden with a proper garden path.

Where: In the Garden at OSU Extension Trumbull County, 520 W. Main St., Cortland.

Cost: Free

Details: Register by calling 330-638-6783.

ACOUSTIC JAM

When: Sept. 6, 2-4 p.m.

What: Bring an instrument or just come to listen to a music jam.

Where: Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center Visitors Center, 16146 Daniel St. NE, Minerva.

Cost: Free

Info: Contact 330-823-7487 or naturecenter@mountunion.edu.

WILD SUBURBIA PROJECT

When: Sept. 13, 2-3:30 p.m.

What: Learn about the Nature Center’s citizen science project to collect wildlife sightings. The Wild Suburbia Project aims to better understand where and how certain species of wildlife live in proximity to human population centers and each other. Presentation is combination of background info on fox, coyote, bear and bobcat, plus how to participate in the Wild Suburbia Project and coexist with local wildlife.

Where: Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center Visitors Center, 16146 Daniel St. NE, Minerva.

Cost: Free

Contact: 330-823-7487 or naturecenter@mountunion.edu

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