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Nov 5, 2010 1:59 PM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
Washington, GA Fall Art Fest Sponsored by the Washington-Wilkes Arts Foundation. World-renowned topiary artist Pearl Fryar will demonstrate his art at 10 am and 11:30 am on the town square green this Saturday, Nov 6th. Demonstration is free. Friday’s events include 6-9 pm screening of a 'Man Named Pearl' and wine reception $20. (If you haven’t seen the documentary film, it’s available on DVD from Video rental sources or re-sellers.) http://www.washingtonwilkesarts.org/Events.php

Atlanta Botanical Garden: Holidays in the Garden November 2 – January 2 Enjoy the Garden at its merriest! Discover an 18-foot-tall poinsettia tree towering inside the Fuqua Orchid Center and quaint G-scale trains chugging through a beautifully planted landscape in outdoor courtyards. Dogs dressed in holiday finery have their day during the third annual Reindog Parade – the only day of the year man's best friend is allowed in the Garden. Enter your pooch in the contest or just come out to watch the fun. http://www.atlantabotanicalgarden.org/events-classes/events/...

LaGrange: Holiday Decorating Workshops at Hills and Dales Estate Workshop space is limited and pre-registration is required. Nov 6th Dried Flower Wreaths $45, Dec 4th Christmas Wreaths$35, Dec 11th Christmas Swag $35. Info- 706-882-3242 http://www.hillsanddales.org/index.php/educational_programs/...

Columbus Botanical Garden: Great Gourds! Gifts from the Garden November 13, 2010 9:30 am Cost: $25 per person / $20 CBG members http://www.columbusbotanicalgarden.com

Thomas County: Cotton Gin Tour in Boston, GA @ "Boston Gin" November 17th. Sign up online at http://2010mgcotton.eventbrite.com to register and the password is 'pigweed' without the quotations. It is free and it will be a fun tour! Boston, GA is about 45 minutes due west of Valdosta.


Black Farmers & Urban Gardeners Conference: Growing Health, Wealth, & Justice in Our Communities November 19-21, 2010 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY. The Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners Conference is for anyone interested in the food-related issues concerning urban Black communities, especially those involved in the food and health professions: gardeners, growers, educators, farmers, cooks, developers, nutritionists among others. http://www.blackfarmersconf.org


UGA Griffin Campus: Landscape Update Friday December 3, 2010 9:00a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Research Education Garden Classroom. $40. Lunch is provided in the program. Designed for the commercial landscaper who wants to increase his or her knowledge of landscape management including site analysis and bed preparation, plant selection both woody and herbaceous, fertilization and irrigation, troubleshooting, as well as landscape equipment selection. Commercial and private pesticide credit has been applied for in category 24 and will be offered. Bob Westerfield and Bodie Pennisi will be the program speakers and are with the University of Georgia Horticulture Department. Registration is required. Registration form available at: http://tinyurl.com/29ux462 For more information please contact Val Schott at (770) 233-5598 email [email protected].

Mark Your Calendar! February 18, 2011 Southern Garden Heritage Conference 9am-4pm State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens $95 members, $110 non-members. http://www.uga.edu/botgarden/eduregister.html

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