Rockwall, Texas – The Rockwall County Master Gardeners team is inviting the public to a special event titled “Lessons from the Garden”, set to be held on October 28th from 9am to noon. This gathering, aimed at both avid gardeners and novices alike, will take place at the Rockwall County Courthouse, located at 1111 E. Yellow Jacket.
“Lessons from the Garden” event is for those who want to learn more about gardening
The event is free of charge and is being touted as a must-attend for those looking to deepen their understanding of gardening, as well as those simply looking for a fun, community-driven outing. Attendees can look forward to a series of live demonstrations by expert gardeners, designed to provide practical tips and insights into the art of gardening.
But it’s not just about the plants. Rockwall County Master Gardeners has ensured that there’s something for everyone. For music lovers, there will be live music performances to add a lively atmosphere to the event. Parents can also bring their kids along, as there will be a range of children’s activities to keep the younger attendees entertained.
Rockwall County Master Gardeners is thrilled to be hosting the ‘Lessons from the Garden’ event. Organizer’s main goal is to make gardening accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Rockwall County Master Gardeners wants the community to come together, learn from one another, and most importantly, have a great time.
This gathering also serves as an excellent opportunity for the community to get acquainted with the Rockwall County Master Gardeners and their initiatives. It promises to be a morning of learning, fun, and community bonding, and attendees are encouraged to mark their calendars and spread the word.
For those interested in attending, no prior registration is required. Just head to the Rockwall County Courthouse on the said date and join in the festivities. With an event packed full of knowledge-sharing, music, and activities, “Lessons from the Garden” is shaping up to be an essential date for Rockwall County residents and beyond.