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Pierce County Master Gardeners providing free event for kids, families

Editor's note: the following is a press release issued by Pierce County Master Gardeners

During the spring and summer, the Pierce County Master Gardeners provide a series of free events on a bi-weekly basis for children and their families to furnish a fun introduction to the joys of the garden and the basics of gardening.

Here is information about the next free event scheduled for June 18:

"June 18,  Free - Children's program “Peter Rabbit’s Garden” sponsored by Pierce County Master Gardeners. Children will hear the story of Peter Rabbit, plant a traditional vegetable garden for Peter and his friends, receive a visit from Farmer McGregor, and make stepping stones to take home. All materials provided. Program starts promptly at 1:00 P.M.

Venue: The Pierce County Master Gardener’s Jack and the Beanstalk Garden is located in Puyallup where Fruitland Ave. meets Pioneer. That is 2607 Pioneer.

For more information visit the Pierce County Master Gardeners’ website at http://county.wsu.edu/pierce/mg/Pages/MasterGardeners.aspx, by email at pierce.mg@wsu.edu,  or call weekdays at 253-798-7170."

 

 

 

 

THE EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE PIERCE COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS. THIS EVENT AND OTHERS LIKE IT ARE ATTENDED BY FAMILIES FROM TACOMA, GIG HARBOR, ORTING, BUCKLEY, BONNEY LAKE, SUMNER AND ELSEWHERE IN PIERCE COUNTY.

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