Camden Garden Club to talk bugs Feb. 5

Feb 04, 2013
Bugs in the garden can be friends as well as foes.  Here’s a chance to know them better.

This year’s Camden Garden Club Winter Horticulture lectures began last week. This week’s Tuesday morning lecture — Bugs! — will be presented by Charlene Donahue, who has been a forest entomologist with the Maine Forest Service for the past 18 years and is also an adjunct curator at the Maine State Museum.

The talk begins at 10 a.m. in the Picker Room at the Camden Public Library. It is free.

The Camden Garden Club is entering its 98th year of cultivating the art of gardening, developing and preserving beauty in and around Camden, and promoting civic improvements and conservation of natural resources. It is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine. Meetings are open to anyone interested and new members are always welcome.



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