Conserve your gardening energy...Sharpen your garden tools

Date: 
03/25/2013
PotOfTools

Sharpened tools can make a difference in the effort needed to do your gardening.  The Wicker Park Garden Club is offering two sessions of its Tool Sharpening Workshop, Sat., Mar. 30. The first session is at 10 a.m. and the second is at 1:30 p.m. 

Whether you are using a trowel, spade or lopper, this gardening workshop teaches the many methods of sharpening garden tools.  So, make your required reservation then gather your tools. No lawn mower blades, please.

Reservations should be sent by email. The cost is $15 per person, payable at the door. Location is in a Wicker Park home, the address of which is given to registrants. 

The team of instructors include Richard Tilley, Our Urban Times' English Gardener; Jim Angrabright, Our Urban Times' On Gardening writer; Denise Browning; Susan Fontana; and Doug Wood. 

Registration fees are used to maintain the 10,000 square feet of the Community Gardens in Wicker Park

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