Club discusses exercise for gardeners

The first Williams Lake Garden Club meeting of the season will be held on Thursday, March 3, starting at 7 p.m..

Pat Radolla

Special to the Tribune/Advisor

The first Williams Lake Garden Club meeting of the season will be held on Thursday, March 3, starting at 7 p.m. in the Central Cariboo Arts Centre next to Williams Lake City Hall.

Topics for the evening will include “Starting Plants From Seeds” and “Stretches and Exercises for Gardeners.”

Regular meetings of the garden club are scheduled for the first Thursday of every month until October.

The Williams Lake Garden Club promotes, encourages and supports the horticultural interests of local residents.

We do this through educational sessions that appeal to both experienced and new gardeners.

Our monthly meetings include keynote speakers, networking, and contests as well as sharing of ideas, expertise and resources.

The Williams Lake Garden Club collaborates with like-minded groups in the area to enhance our gardening knowledge.

Topics for the remainder of the season will include xeriscaping, plant nutrition, Potato House and Downtown Vegetable Gardens Tour, and small plot intensive agriculture.

We continue to work on completing the speakers’ schedule.

The Williams Lake Garden Club invites anyone interested in gardening to join.

New as well as potential gardeners will be warmly welcomed.

A yearly membership to the club costs $10. If you just feel like dropping in to a particular meeting, the cost is $2.

If people would like more information about the Williams Lake Garden Club, and its activities they are invited to contact Deb or Pat Radolla at 250-392-2769.