, Kingston, NH

Food and Fun

May 8, 2014

Plant Sale

BRENTWOOD - The Brentwood Gardeners will hold their annual Plant Sale on Sat., May 17, on the grounds of the Mary E. Bartlett Library, 22 Dalton Road, from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon, or sell-out if earlier. The annual Book & Bake Sale by the Friends of the Library will also take place that day, at the lower level of the library building.

Brentwood area residents are invited and welcome to donate extra plants from their gardens to the sale. They may be bare-root (in baggies) or in pots, with a note saying what they are and what color. No day-lilies, please. Plants may be dropped off between May 3 and 10 at the home of Gladys Ray, 106 Exeter Road (Rte. 111), Kingston – phone 778-9424.

Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Brentwood Gardeners’ community projects. They maintain several garden areas throughout the town and contribute to other town landscaping efforts.

For more information, call the Co-Presidents, Torie Freeman at 778-3748, or Linda Rousseau at 580-2358.

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