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- Comptroller: state payroll system antiquated
- Remember, fireworks are dangerous
- Wallace asks citizens to fight cuts
- Dispute over state payroll rolls on
- Why fight over free trade confounds partisan divide
- Still no state budget
- Crime control is not the responsibility of landlords
- Fly over to the Poplar Grove Wings and Wheels Museum benefit
- Local leaders warn of budget deadlock’s impact
‘Horticulture for the Holidays’ at Nicholas Conservatory Dec. 1
University of Illinois Extension presents its annual “Horticulture for the Holidays” at the Nicholas Conservatory Saturday, Dec. 1. The cost to attend is $25 per person, which covers all take-home project materials and instruction.
The event offers participants two hands-on activities, traditional wheat weaving and a folkart painting project, plus a demonstration and keynote from U of I Extension educator Candice Miller about creating long-lasting holiday centerpieces and arrangements using evergreens and other common backyard materials. Learn how to integrate nature’s beauty into your holiday gifts and decorating.
Join U of I Extension at Rockford’s newest horticulture destination, Nicholas Conservatory, for a morning of seasonal demonstrations and creative workshops utilizing natural materials. Event attendees will be able to enter the conservatory for a reduced entrance fee of $5 on the day of the event.
Register online at http://web.extension.illinois.edu/jsw or call the Winnebago County Extension office at (815) 986-4357. Register by Nov. 25; space is limited.
Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens is at 1354 N. Second St., Rockford.
From the Nov. 7-13, 2012, issue