Watson Furnitures vice-president of sales, Steve Hayes, will speak about his companys evolution. Watson Furniture is an award winning local manufacturing firm recognized for its demonstrated commitment to sustainable manufacturing processes. The company can serve as a model for others who wonder whether making the transition to sustainability will help them or hurt them.
Plant parenthood for beginners:
-A fun, easy and economical way to add plants to your garden.
-Learn principles of plant propagation with an emphasis on natives.
-Hands-on experience working with seeds and/or cuttings, materials provided.
($3 donation requested for materials)
Presenters: Sami Gray, botanist/landscaper/nurseryperson
and Sally Manifold, retired eco-restoration manager
The workshop will be held at Sally's home in the Poulsbo/Suquamish area.
Become a more confident and successful tree pruner!The Poulsbo Tree Board is pleased to present several FREE pruning classes. Instructors will include ISA Certified Arborists and Poulsbo Tree Board members. These classes are free, but please pre-register for planning purposes.
Great Trees for Small Gardens, Thu, Oct 9, 7-8:30p
The Basics of Pruning Trees, Thu, Mar 12, 7-8:30p
Pruning Ornamental Trees, Sun, Mar 15, 1-3p
Pruning Fruit Trees, Sun, Mar 22, 1-3p
Poulsbo Parks & Recreation, will sponsor a free Spooktacular for little ghosts or goblins; activities include a cupcake walk, crafts, and carnival games; there will be a free punch card for kids under 5; kids 6 and over will need to purchase a punch card for $1; event is sponsored by Central Market, Cedar Glen Mobile Home Park and Western Washington University.
After Spooktacular visit downtown Poulsbo; Front Street will be closed from 4-6 p.m. so all the Trick-O-Treaters can visit the shops.
Come to Poulsbos Fish Park to watch the salmon returning upstream, and learn about the salmon lifecycle. Volunteers will talk about the process; there will be a craft for the kids, and tours of the estuarine areas to look for the fish.
Other groups at this event with information includes Salmon Stewards, the Kitsap Audubon Society, West Sound Wildlife Shelter, Dr. Dave and his reptiles, The Froglady, the Poulsbo Tree Board, and the Poulsbo Parks and Recreation Commission.
Come join in the fun as volunteers gather to plant daffodil bulbs throughout the city. Mayor Erickson and the Poulsbo Garden Club will be passing out maps and bulbs, showing groups where to plant. Bring your work gloves and trowel! Come spring, everyone will enjoy the yellow blooming flowers sprinkled around Poulsbo.
Girls - grab your favorite dad and get on your dancing shoes!
Its the night that girls and their dads look forward to every year....its a night that makes memories for everyone there. The Kingston Middle School Gym and Commons area will be dressed up for the occasion. Youll enjoy an evening of entertainment, dancing, fun, refreshments, and corsages and a small gift for the girls! Space is limited so register today.