Club members met at the Museum Garden on May 26 to spruce it up in advance of the town’s Memorial Day Parade. We worked together on the museum garden, the flagpole triangle garden, and the gardens at the Williams Park and Blue Star memorials. Welcome all parade spectators!
The club was very busy at its May general meeting. We learned how to make hypertufa planters and steppingstones from Kathy Wandelmaier. Hypertufa is a lightweight material comprised of cement, peat moss, and perlite. Members also worked on seed packets to be handed out at the upcoming town Memorial Day Parade. And the Wildflower committee chair gave a brief, impromptu talk about wildflowers currently in bloom in our area. It was a fun morning.