Ned Smith: Gone for the Day

Penn State Master Gardeners in Cumberland County are volunteers trained by Penn State Extension to provide reliable, research-based home gardening information to the public through informal workshops and classes, demonstration gardens, and plant clinics.
Photo: Annette MaCoy, Penn State University

Photo: Annette MaCoy, Penn State University

Date and Location

When (Date/Time)

August 22, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


Fredricksen Library-100 N 19th Street, Camp Hill, PA

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Registration Details

Workshops are $5.00 each. This fee includes any handouts. Pre-registration and payment are requested at least one week prior to the date of the workshop. Walk-ins will be accepted only if space is available.

Program Details

Marci Mowery, PA Parks & Forests Foundation

The Pennsylvania Conservation Heritage Project works to connect Pennsylvanians to their rich conservation heritage. Join us as we meet Ned Smith, self-trained artist, writer, naturalist, and one of the premier nature artists of the 20th century. For Ned Smith, getting outdoors was an essential part of being a wildlife artist and conservationist.

Door Prizes

Door prizes will be given at each workshop. At each workshop, you may enter the drawing to win the grand door prize, a Penn State Extension Master Gardener Manual (valued at $75.00), to be awarded at the last workshop of the season on October 24.

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