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Civic Garden Center Calendar of Events, Classes and Tours July, August, September 2013

Dear Partners in Gardening and Environmental Education,

I am sending you the Civic Garden Center’s class line-up for the next two and half months in the hopes that you can share some or all of these listings with your constituents. We hope you will share this exciting calendar of educational opportunities with the people who look to you as a resource. We would be happy to share your events so please feel free to send them to me by email.

Please let me know if you require this information in a different format or if there is anything I can do to assist in your spreading the word about the CGC’s programs. We create events for each class on our facebook page: facebook.com/civicgarden if you wish to share those.

Sincerely,

Ryan Mooney-Bullock

Green Roofs and Pervious Pavements: Are they right for your site?

Green Roofs and Pervious Pavements: Are they right for your site?
Public Event · ByCivic Garden Center

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
6:00pm until 8:00pm

There are exciting options on the market for keeping rain where it falls. Pervious pavements send water into a gravel bed and then the ground. Green roofs absorb rain and insulate buildings. Both types of infrastructure are visually captivating and long lasting. But will they work at your home, school or office? Learn from experts in the fields of green roofs, pervious paving and landscaping to help decide if these green infrastructure options will work on your property.
Instructors: Wes Duren, Marvin’s Organic Gardens, Steve Keller, Reading Rock, Rose Seeger, Green City Resources
Cost: $10, free for CGC volunteers

Sign up at the Facebook page or call the Civic Garden Center
https://www.facebook.com/events/537705776242817/

Sept. 28, 2012 Civic Garden Center – Proposes Green Building Signage

Green City of the West

Cincinnati – The Civic Garden Center of Cincinnati has been engaging in green-sky thinking and an upcoming exhibit at The Betts House will showcase the flowering of that labor.

The exhibit — Cincinnati Green Building Signage Project — brings to life a proposal from the Civic Garden’s Green Learning Station to identify greater Cincinnati’s stock of green buildings as the area is gaining national attention for its eco-sustainable efforts. The exhibit will run September 29 – October 9, 2012. An opening reception will be held Friday, September 28, 5-8 pm. The Betts House will also have special hours on Saturday, September 29, 12:30 – 5 pm.

Green Cincinnati Building Signage Project Show at the Betts House Sept. 28, 2012 to Oct. 9, 2012

The Green Cincinnati Building Signage Project is a proposed project to expand the Civic Garden Center of Cincinnati’s Green Learning Station environmental design signage to other projects around the region.