Girl in Transition next in book series
Winlock Timberland Library presents Page Turners Book Discussion, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Friday, for adults. Join others for a discussion of this month’s title "Girl in Translation" by Jean Kwok. For more information call (360) 785-3461.
Love to build? Join others at the library
Winlock Timberland Library presents Construction Night, 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, for all ages. Bring your friends and family to the library to build, stack, snap, and construct! There will be sets of bricks, blocks, logs, wheels, rods and pulleys, and puzzles too. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Winlock Timberland Library. For more information call (360) 785-3461.
Europe meeting coming up
A meeting to plan a 2014 European getaway has been scheduled for Sunday, Jan 13, at 1 p.m. at the Morgan Arts Centre in Toledo.
Travelers are planning to Oslo, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Paris in May of next year and planning meetings will be held to discuss what destinations and events with the cities people wish to see.
For more information, contact the Morgan Arts Centre at (360) 864-4278.
Did you get your film in?
The deadline for submissions to the Plomondon
Independent Film Festival is less than a month away and all those who fancy themselves independent filmmakers are welcome to enter.
The deadline to enter is Jan. 28 and entry forms can be found at www.morganartscentre.com or by e-mailing Mike Morgan at email@example.com or by phone at (360) 864-4ART.
Last chance for Master Gardener registration
With the increased awareness of the need to grow fresh food locally, the WSU Lewis County Master Gardeners are looking for volunteers who would like to become certified Master Gardeners. Training involves on-line study, a full-day hands-on training on the third Tuesday of each month, and field experience in plant clinics and demonstration gardens.
Applications for the training program are due no later than January 7th and are available at the WSU Lewis County Extension office in Chehalis, on line at http://lewis-mg-rc.org/master_gardener_training/mg_training_2013.
Master Gardener trainees learn basic horticultural information for Washington state through on-line training from Washington State University followed by experiential learning in Lewis County through hands-on workshops, tours, and from experienced local growers and gardeners. This knowledge is not only beneficial for the Master Gardener, but also is shared with other community members through plant clinics, demonstration gardens, speakers and public workshops.
Whether it is teaching a child how a seed grows or teaching an experienced gardener how to grow more effectively, WSU Lewis County Master Gardeners receive the training and resources to help everyone become a better gardener.
For more information contact Debbie Burris, Program Coordinator, WSU Lewis County Master Gardeners, (360) 740-1216 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.