If you’ve been following our regular events being hosted at the library, you may have noticed a monthly series of workshops led by Texas Master Gardener John Geib. Sharing his knowledge with our patrons, he’s been hosting monthly programs at the library since December, and will continue to do so through April.
His first program was in December, in which he discussed the basics of composting, which was attended by a dozen guests. Then in January, his next topic was on vegetable gardening and it was well-received with over 40 adults coming out to the library to learn from him.
We invite you to come out to his next workshop at your Main Library (202 Cedar St.) where he’ll be discussing irrigation techniques on Friday, February 11 at 10:00AM. We all know that preserving water is important in our part of Texas, and you may learn new techniques for utilizing water to ensure your lawns and gardens will be well taken care of when the growing season returns.
These workshops are offered to the public free of charge, and we encourage you to come with something to take notes with, as well as your questions, so you can get the expert advice you want from an expert in his field. Plus, if you’d like to watch his previous workshops at the library, we invite you to visit our YouTube Page and we’ll have them posted there for your viewing.
Don’t miss out on the great programming opportunities we have to afford to the community, and all free of charge. From workshops to craft sessions and more, we have you covered with regular activities for all ages to enjoy and take advantage of.
Plus, if you have suggestions of programming you’d like to see us put on at your library, let us know and we’ll reach out to local experts in our community and see about making them happen.