“GO WILD IN THE PARK” PROGRAM: “LEARN HOW TO MAKE A FAIRY GARDEN”
Do you ever wonder what a fairy garden is? Would you like to learn how to make one? Join Master Gardener Volunteer Natalie Fraser for this program which will be held on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at Waterworth Memorial Park, pavilion #9, beginning at 6:30 pm. The program, for adults, is provided through a partnership of Salem Public Library and Salem Parks and Recreation Department to provide educational and entertaining programming to the community.
Ms. Fraser has been a Master Gardener Volunteer from Columbiana County, Ohio for three years. She is enthusiastic about gardening and teaching others gardening skills.
Free of cost and open to the public, registration is required and may be done online at http://www.salem.lib.oh.us/ , or by calling the library at 330-332-0042, or Salem Parks and Recreation Department at 330-271-8913.
For the convenience of program attendees please use the park entrance located at 882 E. School St., Salem, OH. Pavilion #9 is located west of the “duck pond” and parking area.
The Salem Public Library is hosting several programs throughout the summer months. Our Master Gardener Volunteers will be providing a Fairy Garden Program during one of their sessions.