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Public Master Gardening Event Calendar

Program Contact: Alex duPont, Master Gardener Program Coordinator
360-395-2367 • alex.dupont@wsu.edu

WSU is an equal opportunity provider. If you need a reasonable accommodation or language access to participate in an event, please contact Alex duPont, Skagit County WSU Extension Master Gardener Program Coordinator, at alex.dupont@wsu.edu or (360) 395-2367 at least two weeks prior to the planned event. Language access services, such as interpretation or translation of vital information, will be provided free of charge to limited English proficient individuals upon request.

2024 Events Calendar

Know & Grow: Gardening for Pollinators – Free

May 21, 1 PM at the NWREC Sakuma Auditorium(16650 State Route 536; Mount Vernon)
Presented by Virgene Link-New.

Know & Grow: Gardening for Fragrance – Free

June 18, 1 PM at the NWREC Sakuma Auditorium(16650 State Route 536; Mount Vernon)
Presented by Diana Wisen.

June 29, 10 AM to 2 PM at the Discovery Garden in Mount Vernon (map)

Three Gardens – One Location! Explore 8 acres of gardens and talk to the volunteers who maintain them. Master Gardeners will be available to answer your plant and landscaping questions. Bring your plant problems to our Plant Clinic. There will be educational exhibits, children’s activities, tool sharpening, and more.

Know & Grow: Season Extenders – Free

August 20, 1 PM at the NWREC Sakuma Auditorium(16650 State Route 536; Mount Vernon)
Presented by Hallie Kintner.

Skagit County Fair
August 8-11 at the Skagit County Fairgrounds (Building D) (map)
Visit our booth, see our displays, and talk with master gardeners about how to make your garden beautiful and productive.

Know & Grow: House Plants – Free

September 17, 1 PM at the NWREC Sakuma Auditorium(16650 State Route 536; Mount Vernon)
Presented by Lily Hirdler.

Know & Grow: Fungi – Friend or Foe? – Free

October 15, 1 PM at the NWREC Sakuma Auditorium(16650 State Route 536; Mount Vernon)
Presented by Deborah Smeltzer.

Know & Grow: Making Holiday Floral Arrangements – Free
November 19, 1 PM on Zoom
Presented by Karen Bruce.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information, or reasonable accommodations need to contact Alex duPont, Skagit County Master Gardener Program Coordinator, 360-395-2367 or alex.dupont@wsu.edu at least three weeks prior to any planned event.