Clearfield Hobby Garden Club to present 61st Flower Show | Community

Greg Stevens

Clearfield Pastime Garden Club will present its 61st Flower Show, “Thru the Several years!” on Saturday, July 23. The display will be held at The Clearfield Presbyterian Church Westminster Hall, 119 North Second St.

Booklets that include all adult and children’s flower display entry facts are accessible at the Clearfield YMCA, Clearfield Agway, Curwensville Feed Store, Shaw Library or by contacting Chairperson Dottie Crissman at (814) 765-5621 or J. Duane Examination at (814) 236-2901.

Those people fascinated in entering flowers or plants in the flower clearly show can convey in their entries Friday evening, July 22 from 6-7:30 p.m. or Saturday early morning July 23 from 8:30-10:15 a.m. They can unload arrangements at the back again of the church for easy entry into Westminster Hall where by the flower show will be held. Entry forms will be offered Friday night and the early morning of the present as properly.

All preparations ought to be put by 10:30 a.m. Judging commences at 10:45 a.m. and finishes at 12:45 p.m. Flowers and vegetation arriving just after 10:15 a.m. will not be judged, but put on a independent desk. The public is invited to look at all entries from 1 to 4 p.m.

On-road parking is absolutely free on Saturdays in downtown Clearfield. Absolutely free parking is also out there at the former Development place parking large amount and the WCPA parking plenty.

Choose is April Albright, owner of Bonnie’s Greenhouse who has 28 a long time practical experience in the flower and plant business.

Greeters Darlene Jury and Shirley Evans will give a present pamphlet and immediate competition to distinct locations of the flower show. These attending will get a doorway prize ticket, a ballot to vote for their preferred arrangement and the possibility to get pleasure from some gentle refreshments even though sitting down at just one of the spherical tables.

All sponsors, donations in memory of, donations in honor of, and club member’s donations will be posted on big playing cards and exhibited at the flower display. There will be two cards built for just about every course and can be taken by the donor and 1st area winner of the course at the finish of the present.

The Clearfield Passion Club appreciates these people that support make this flower exhibit possible as a result of donations. There is no demand to the general public to take part in the show, whether coming into vegetation and flowers for the judging or just checking out in the afternoon to view all the entries.

Educational and creative seminars for the duration of the flower display will include Club horticulturist Brenda Rumfola to response gardening and garden care queries.

Members’ dwelling developed vegetation will be accessible for sale for a donation, arranged by member Kathy Graham. Proceeds from these plants will advantage the regional food stuff banking institutions.

Look at Duane Test’s Amazing Flower Arranging. One particular of the preparations will be provided for a doorway prize.

Study the secrets of tying bows by members Nancy Fye and Lily Stockwell. Learn how to do creative results with gourds by Martha Bloom. Love piano songs throughout the flower present by Katelyn Evans.

Flower show booklets that contain comprehensive entry information and entry types can be picked up at the Clearfield YMCA, Shaw Public Library, Clearfield Agway, Uncle Buck’s Creation, Bonnie’s Greenhouse, Curwensville Feed Retailer, Curwensville FLorists, and in Philipsburg Holt Memorial Library or by calling Duane Take a look at (814) 236-2901) or Dottie Crissman (814) 765-5621.

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