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Here is the complete lineup for events at the Weaverville Library in April. The programs for children will include starting wildflower seeds to take home and age-appropriate stories and discussions.
April 9th at 2 PM – Pollinators & Their Biology by Ms. Amy Snyder
April 12th at 11 AM – Family Story Time (Jill Totman)
April 22nd at 4 PM – After School Program: Wings of Life Disney Film (Jill Totman)
April 23rd at 2 PM – Landscaping for Pollinators by Dr. Art Hulse
April 27th at 4 PM – After School Program: Insects & Pollination (Becca Hale)
April 5th at 9am meeting at the Weaverville clock downtown. We’ll weed and clean up the flower beds around the parking area in downtown Weaverville.
We’ll also supplement the gardens with mulch and plant some spring flowers.
Bring your gardening tools, hat, gloves and water bottle. If weather does not cooperate, we’ll meet on Fri. April 8th at 9am.
So please come and help make our downtown gardens ready for spring. Only spare an hour ? No problem please come!
Remember working together with members of this friendly club is truly fun!!!
Saturday, November 7th has been proclaimed Arbor Day in Weaverville!
To mark the occasion, the Weaverville Conservation Board is sponsoring a special workday in Main Street Nature Park.
After a spring and summer season of removing exotic plants from the Park, this special workday will be a planting day. We have a large number of native shrubs to be planted.
We will meet at the Pine Street entrance at the north end of the Park and work from 10 AM to Noon. If you can make it, the best tools to bring will be shovels and trowels.
We invite all participants to gather for a pizza lunch at Blue Mountain afterwards. We will need to know how many to expect, so if you can join us for the workday and for lunch afterwards please let us know by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.