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7PM DECEMBER 1 MEETING: REIMAGINING THE ROSE GARDEN
If you would like to participate in this public meeting, for the zoom link please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Meeting agenda items include:
The historic West Bethlehem Rose Garden, created in 1931, will celebrate its 90th birthday next year!
Ideas for updating and revitalizing the garden will be shared through a Zoom presentation and discussion on Tuesday, December 1 at 7PM.
A grant from Lehigh County to MANA (Mount Airy Neighborhood Assn, west Bethlehem) has enabled the development of a plan and new plant list.
Presenter Pam Ruch, a consultant for the grant, will share beautiful examples of environmentally friendly rose gardens, near and far, to inspire the work going forward.
A group discussion will follow.
Pam Ruch, a garden designer and writer based in Emmaus, maintains the gardens at the Glasbern Inn in Fogelsville and is the garden director at the Nurture Nature Center in Easton. She recently retired from managing the historic gardens at Morven Museum & Garden, in Princeton, NJ. She holds a BS in horticulture from Temple University, and presents programs throughout the region.
Postcard below dates from 1953!