The North Bay Heritage Gardeners is dedicated to developing a year-round community-based educational, horticultural, and environmental program. We focus on fostering pride and growth through enhancing and beautifying the North Bay waterfront and other approved areas.
We have an ongoing horticultural educational program that is open to all Heritage Gardeners as well as the general public. Education sessions are in the classroom or hands-on right in the garden beds. Class room type sessions will be presented at the North Bay Public Library on Worthington Street East in the Auditorium or at Discovery North Bay Museum (the former CP Station) on the second floor in the Upper Gallery. Seating for these sessions is limited, so interested participants must call the Heritage Gardener Coordinator to reserve a space. Feel free to bring a friend, just reserve a space for him or her too.
Please bring your own mug if you would like tea or coffee. We generally have organic Fair Trade coffee from TWIGGS at our events as well as organic herbal teas. Bringing your own mug cuts down on the use of foam and paper cups. Donations to help cover the costs of our educational speakers are always welcome.
Educational Sessions and Events for 2016
Monday November 21 , 2016 at 7pm: Season Arrangement Workshop with Master Gardeners Carol Furlonger and Lynn Farintosh at the North Bay Public Library. Participants are required to register and pay the $20 fee by noon on Friday November 11, 2016. Check our home page for office hours if you wish to register and make payment by the deadline.
This Schedule is subject to change due to speaker availability. Changes will be noted as they are available.