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March 2018

The New Philadelphia Rail Park: Exciting Urban Greening

March 1 @ 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Narberth Community Hall, 2nd Floor,
100 Conway Ave, Narberth, PA 19072 United States
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Hal Weich, Senior Director of Capital Projects at the Central Philadelphia Development Corporation, and Bryan Hanes, principal of landscape architecture firm Studio Bryan Hanes, will speak about the plans for the soon-to-open Philadelphia Rail Park.  This project will transform abandoned railway lines into a vibrant 3-mile long neighborhood park — comparable to the celebrated High Line in New York City. Pedestrians, bicyclists, neighbors, and visitors will all be welcome to enjoy this beautiful park which will enhance our city aesthetically, educationally,…

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April 2018

Honeybees: All You Want to Know

April 5 @ 7:15 pm
Narberth Community Hall, 2nd Floor,
100 Conway Ave, Narberth, PA 19072 United States
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Noted honeybee expert Jim Bobb will give us insights on all aspects of the lives and habits of one of the most amazing insects on the planet, the honeybee.  He will also give pointers on what it would take to raise honeybees in your own back yard.   If honey bees intrigue you or you just really want to know why plants make flowers, join us for this fascinating program.  Free to members, $5 for visitors.

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May 2018

Healthy Habitats Contained! Container Gardens for Pollinators

May 3 @ 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Narberth Community Hall, 2nd Floor,
100 Conway Ave, Narberth, PA 19072 United States
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Interested in attracting birds, butterflies and beneficial insects to your garden but short on space or time? In this creative and ecologically-minded class conducted by Garden Coach Marcia Tate, you will learn techniques for designing a native plant container garden suited to your specific micro-climate. You’ll get lots of easy, take-home tips and helpful tools to assemble a healthy habitat for pollinators using low maintenance native plants for sun or shade.  Color, form, texture and placement are a few of the…

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