Are you aging into Medicare? Perhaps you currently have Medicare and would like to know the Who, What and Why? There's a free educational seminar at 10:00 o'clock Saturday morning, January 26th, in the 2nd floor Board Room at Linebaugh Public Library. No registration necessary.
The Linebaugh Library is a source of learning. In fact, The Rutherford County Master Gardeners are offering a series of FREE classes in the 2nd floor board room at 9:00AM on the first Saturday morning of each month, beginning with February 2, 2019. Registration is appreciated either online at rclstn.org/calendar or by visiting the front desk at Linebaugh.
These classes are intended for the beginning gardener and for those who would like tips or additional information. If you are interested in in-depth gardening, consider Master Gardener's Basic Class or Master Gardener Certification.
Here are the Garden topics for 2019
February 2: Garden Planning and Prep. Killing off turf, starting seeds, spacing, and crop rotation.
March 2: Planting for Pollinators. Plants that attract pollinators, which plants attract which pollinators.
April 6: Herbs and Creating Container Gardens. Using and designing containers, growing herbs.
May 4: Growing Vegetables. How to grow vegetables, when to plant, spacing, etc.
June 1: Planting in Sun and Shade. Flowers, ferns, succulents, and more. What requirements do they have and proper placement?
July 6: The Good and the Bad of Gardening. Pests and Diseases, Weeds.
August 3: Keep your Garden Going. Deadheading and garden 'housekeeping' to prolong the beauty.
September 7: Fall Gardening -- It's Not Over Yet! What to plant- cool season crops and fall flowers/spring bulbs to plant now.
October 5: Soils 101. Taking a soil test, amending soil, composting.
November 2: Becoming a Master Gardener Open House. Come see what being a Master Gardener is all about! Applications will be available and MGs will be on site to answer any questions!
Linebaugh Public Library is located at 105 W. Vine St. in Murfreesboro. For more information, call 615-893-4131 or visit www.rclstn.org.