WATERLOO, Iowa — Black Hawk County Fall Garden Symposium is Saturday, November 6 in Waterloo. This event is for anyone who enjoys gardening and is hosted by the Black Hawk County Master Gardeners.
Doors open at 8AM, with speakers from 9AM – 2:30PM.
Speakers for the day are: Wanda Lunn from Iowa Regional Lily Society; Jessica Peel-Austin, Museum Program Manager at Brucemore Estates; Kenny Slocum, Naturalist & Resource Manager at the Clayton County Conservation Oak Savanna Restoration; and Aaron Steil, ISU Consumer Horticulture Specialist.
Enjoy a vendor mall and live music from Beauty and the Beat, 12 – 2:30PM in the coffee shop.
Pre-registration is required and is just $30. It includes coffee, lunch, entertainment and handouts.
The Garden Symposium will be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1301 Kimball Ave, Waterloo.
For tickets, call or email Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Black Hawk County — phone: (319) 234-6811 or email: Steven Eilers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Checks can be mailed to 3420 University Avenue, Suite B, Waterloo Iowa 50701.
Click the link for a flyer: 2021 symposium poster final 9-28
— Iowa State University Extension and Outreach