Historical Society begins garden series

May 25, 2018
Historical Society begins garden series June 6
 
The Manitowoc County Historical Society’s Growing Gardeners series will utilize the heirloom gardens at the 60-acre
Pinecrest Historical Village. The program focuses on knowledge of nature and gardening and sustainable food practices.  
The program is sponsored by Cellcom Green Gifts.
 
The first program will be held on Wednesday, June 6 from 11 am to Noon and feature spring planning. Additional programs in the series include a first harvest on June 27,  the kitchen garden on July 11, and a second harvest on August 15.  Programs in the series will focus on planting, kitchen gardens, and cooking. The programs are included in daily admission to the museum, which is $10 for adults, $7 for children age 5 to 17, and under age 5 is free. MCHS Members are also free. Non-member Homeschool families are encouraged to participate at a special family rate of $20 per family, per session.
 
Pre-registration is encouraged for each program to ensure adequate supplies and materials. Please call (920) 684-4445 or email programs@manitowoccountyhistory.org to register.
 
For more information about the Manitowoc County Historical Society, contact the museum at (920) 684 – 4445 or visit ManitowocCountyHistory.org.  The Manitowoc County Historical Society - Pinecrest Historical Village is located just 3 miles west of exit #152 on I-43, Highway JJ/Waldo Blvd, between Sheboygan and Green Bay at 924 Pinecrest Road, Manitowoc.
 
Contact:
Amy Meyer, Executive Director
(920) 684-4445