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Electric City Flower Show
August 6, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
The Electric City Flower Show
Saturday, August 6, 2022 – 10 am to 4 pm
(In Scranton’s Nay Aug Park)
The Greenhouse Project is Proud to Sponsor and Participate in Scranton’s annual flower show hosted by Nay Aug Park Recreation Municipal Authority. The public is welcome to come enjoy gardens throughout Nay Aug Park, watch competitions for blooms and floral designs (including children’s categories), take a guided Nature Walk through Nay Aug Park, enjoy free admission to the Everhart Museum, listen to live music, and more. There will also be pecialized growers and vendors alongside local gardening and environmental societies, charities and organizations.
During the hours of the show (10am-4pm) there will be custodians and volunteers welcoming you in the following gardens:
The R. N. Davis Memorial Rose Garden
(500 Arthur Avenue)
The Butterfly Garden
(Located next to St. Cats)
The Chestnut Grove
hosted by NY Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation
(Located near the Everhart Museum, 11am – 2pm)
Live Music. (In the Melody Garden. Times to be advertised). Acoustic Sessions
St. Cats. will be open for adoption 12noon-4pm
The Everhart Museum. is offering FREE ADMISSION!
A Guided Nature Walk led by naturalist, Jane Frye 9am – 9:45am
Sponsored by the Greenhouse Project. (Start/Finish outside the James Barrett McNulty Greenhouse. Pre-registration not required)
(At the 120-year-old Historic Brooks Drift Mine. Please note, the mine will NOT be open for tours)
The Black Watch Cafe. will be open for business as usual
Workshops will be held by our vendors and guest speakers in the Bandstand (near the Everhart Museum). Pre-registration is not required but seating will be limited.
11:00 – 11:10 Peaches Greens ~ Kristin Armstrong ~ Pruning
11:20 – 11:50 Bloomin’ Idiots ~ Sarah Haffner ~ Repotting & Propagation (Cuttings)
12:00 – 12:10 The Posy Plot ~ Ashlee Butkiewicz ~ Dividing & Storing Dahlia Tubers
12:10 – 12:20 Wyoming County Master Gardeners ~Ashlee Butkiewicz ~ The Importance of Planting Native Species
2:00 – 2:10 Berries & Blooms @ High Horizons Farm ~ Jennifer Kozlansky ~ The cutting garden and beautiful bouquets.
2:40 – 3:10 Clum Family Farm ~ Orna Clum ~ All About Bees
FULL DETAILS ABOUT THE INAUGURAL ELECTRIC CITY FLOWER SHOW: