BEDFORD – If you’ve ever been curious about the unique features of plants in medicine this is the program for you.
Land of Limestone Master Gardeners and the Bedford Park Department are sponsoring a program on June 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Otis Park Bath House.
Jules Erwin, an interpretive naturalist, has a long fascination with medicinal plants that she enjoys sharing with others. She brings a wealth of information on plants and the topic of how they were used in medicine historically. Her program will be 45-50 minutes and Jules welcomes questions.
The presentation will be held at the historic Otis Park Bath House located between the Red Brick Mansion and the Golf Course office at 607 Tunnelton Road east of Bedford.
After Irwin’s program, the Master Gardeners will hold their monthly meeting which anyone who might be interested in gardening is welcome to stay and learn more about the projects the local gardeners are working on and how they can help.
For more information on the program contact Teena Ligman at 812-278-0139.