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Monthly Presentations

‘Master Gardener Presents’ at Appleton Public Library – gardening seminars held the first Saturday of every month (except January and July) from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Programs are held at the Little Chute Public Library on the fourth Monday of each month (January through October) from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. All sessions are free to the public. 

Little Chute Public Library September 24 6:30 – 7:30 Mary Learman presenting:  “What else can I do with my herbs?”  “The world of herbs was a vital ingredient in daily lives in medieval times.  They were used by designers, historians, craftsmen, perfumers, doctors, alchemists, village healers, scientists and brewers.  Today interest is revived greatly but many have abundant crops that often go unharvested and unused for want of knowledge.  Let’s take a light-hardily look to see where else herbs can be used beside recipes.

Appleton Public Library 10:00 – 11:30, October 6, 2018, Mary Learman presenting: What else Can I do With My Herbs:The world of herbs was a vital ingredient in daily lives in medieval times.  They were used by designers, historians, craftsmen, perfumers, doctors, alchemists, village healers, scientists and brewers.  Today’s interest is revived greatly, but many have abundant crops that often go unharvested and unused for want of knowledge.  Let’s take a light-hardy look to see where else herbs can be used beside recipes.