Summer is in full swing and we're offering a series of classes and workshops on gardening and greenery. Whether you're gardening in containers, starting your own seeds or in a battle to keep your houseplants alive, these classes will help you feel more confident in your gardening skills!
If you're interested in starting your own garden, you can use Madison Public Library's Seed Library to get started. In April of each year, we restock our 5 participating libraries with FREE herb, flower and produce seeds. LEARN MORE
Bubbler Artist in the Neighborhood: Concrete Garden Stones with Elias Mittelstadt
August 7, 6:30-7:30PM | Lakeview Library
Join Lakeview's summer artist-in-residence, Elias Mittelstadt, in creating concrete garden stones. Materials will be provided, and participants are invited to bring their own objects to create a uniquely decorated work.
Space is limited for this event; registration is required. SIGN UP ONLINE or call (608) 246-4547 to register. Registration opens on July 24 at 10 a.m., two weeks prior to program date.
This event is intended for adults ages 18+.
Seed Saving Workshop
August 26, 10:00-11:00AM | Goodman South Madison Library
Learn how to save seeds from your garden at Goodman South Madison Library, on August 26th. A Horticulture Outreach Specialist from Extension Dane County will deliver this presentation on saving vegetable seeds, as well as many flower varieties that can also be saved. You will leave this talk loaded up with techniques for seed saving that will keep your family involved in the process all summer long.
Registration for this event begins on August 11th at 10:00am. SIGN UP ONLINE or by calling 608-266-6395.