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Save these dates:
   July 16
   Aug. 20
   Sept.17
   Oct.15
   Nov. 19
   Dec.10
Thanks to John Shott for giving us a peek at the inside of his nursery.

      Fishing Creek Herb Guild                                 St. Luke Church   

             9 St. Luke's Way                                       Bloomsburg, Pa. 17815               

The New News
Meetings for 2020 are canceled. 
We'll try again in March.
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The Barton House Garden Committee has been working on the garden. Photos of the garden areas have been updated. Click on the Barton Gardens 2020 link on the left. You can see view the gardens from the fence at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings.
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Meeting updates will be listed here as we get the information from our hosts. Dues will not be collected for this year. If you already paid, dues will go toward 2021.
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In August John invited our members for a tour of his McAdoo Garden. Check out his beautiful garden at the 
"John's Garden 2020" web page.
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The Trip Committee has announced the cancellation of this year's Guild Bus Trip.
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Help is still needed with the Barton House 
Garden, library book donations, 
Town Park Garden and other committees. 
Contact committee chairs to join.
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Our Guild needs replacement books and 
magazines for both children and adults 
to add to our garden library box at the 
Bloomsburg Town Park. It is being used. 
Drop them off at the box.
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Herb Guild cookbooks are available at Auker's Apiary booth at the Lewisburg Farmer's Market and at Cerridwen's Gardens in Bloomsburg
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Remember our bus trip to Virginia? Here's the link to the National Botanical Garden so that you can revisit those gorgeous blooms.
            https://www.usbg.gov/take-virtual-tour       
                               
 2020 Herb of the Year:                  Raspberries                   
For membership or general club info, 
leave message at: tfarides@gmail.com