The volunteers at Gold Ridge Farm produced another successful Open House and Plant Sale, raising much needed funds. The preserves made from Farm fruits were a big hit, and the worm bins and experts created much interest. Local gardens will benefit from the addition of unusual plants bought at the plant sale, like Dawn Redwood trees, and Luther's creation, the Amarcrinum lily. Leftovers are still available. Come by at any time and browse. You can put your cash or check through the slot in the barn door. We have four varieties of Calendula - different shapes and colors to add a blaze of golds, oranges, reds to your garden. Plan on coming to a repeat performance in September.
The Museum needs docents and all we ask is three hours a month. We have faithful docents who sign up for two and three stints in a month. It would be nice if all of us only had to be there once a month.
So? How about it. Can you spare 3 hours once a month to greet visitors, share history knowledge, sometimes be a visitor’s center and give directions and advice. It’s easy and fun!