b"GenAedraull tI nCfloarsmseast ionHOBBIES & CRAFTSConcord Garden Clubs Celebrates 100 years!Concord Parks and Recreation is happy to partner with Concord Garden Club to offer a garden workshop in celebration of their 100th Anniversary. Throughout the year the Concord Garden Club will be offering seminar and classes to celebrate.To kick off the celebration the Garden Club is hosting a presentation; via video, by Doug Tallamy, Homegrown National Park co-founder, on April 18th. This free talk held at the NH Audubon McLane Center, will answer questions and provide ways to motivate and enable people to create their own ecological landscapes. Pre-registration online required, visit concordgardenclubnh.com for details.Next up will be a workshop held at the City-Wide Community Center. The workshop will provide practical solutions to further motivate and enable participants to create their own ecological landscapes in their yards, communities, and surrounding lands. Participants will learn what steps you can take and the practical solutions to improving and saving the ecosystem, with some large and some small changes. Gardening Workshop- Ages18+ yrs. Instructor: Hannah MacBrideDates: 3/20 - 4/10 (4 weeks)Are you excited to grow your own food? Does picking fresh When: Wednesdays tomatoes and snap peas from your own garden sound amazing? Time: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.Do you want to be more self-sufficient and sustainable? Do Location:City Wide Community Ctr.you want to save money on fresh fruits and vegetables? If you Price: $72 Residents, $82 Non-Res. answered YES to any of these questions, come join Hannah Code:600918-1 MacBride for her home vegetables gardening course. Youll leave with lots of useful tips and tricks, plus the confidence to get started this spring on your very own vegetable garden.Habitat at Your Home- Ages18+ yrs.Instructor: Hannah MacBride in partnership with the Concord Garden Club NEW!Hannah MacBride, environmental horticulturist, will lead participantsDates: 5/1 through the process of creating habitat at your own home, school, orWhen: Wednesdaybusiness. She will give easy to follow instructions in invasive speciesTime: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. removal, native plant selection, landscaping for caterpillars and birds, andLocation:City Wide Community Ctr. other important topics. You will leave this workshop with concrete plans toPrice: $10 Residents, $20 Non-Res.add your yard to the Homegrown National Park. Code: 600932-1 Senior Water Color - Ages 55+ Instructor:Erica Golter When:Mondays, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.NEW!Enjoy an afternoon of experimentation and fun while learning theLocation:City Wide Community Center fundamentals of watercolor.The class will cover basic watercolorPrice: $10 Resident, $20 Non-Residenttechniques that all watercolorists use, such as mixing colors,DatesCode applying paint and more.The instructor will provide step-by-step3/11 - 4/15600105-4 demonstrations to guide you through the entire painting process5/6 - 6/17 (no class 5/27)600105-5 and offer plenty of individual attention.By the end of the class, you'll be amazed at what you can create with watercolors!AllRegistration Deadline:Monday 3/4/24materials provided.Spring 2024Page 10www.concordparksandrec.com"