Gardening Tips ~ Row Covers

Many people believe that organic gardening is simply growing food and flower gardens without taking measures to promote the growth of your plants or prevent pests and diseases. Organic gardeners will definitely beg to differ with this view!

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Don River Recognized with New Permanent Sign at the Mill Pond Park

MPP Daisy Wai, Richmond Hill, joined Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Edward McDonnell, CEO of the Greenbelt Foundation, and Joe DiPaola, Acting Mayor, City of Richmond Hill and Board Member of Toronto and Region Conservatio

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Back-to-School Back Pack/School Supply Program

The Salvation Army, Richmond Hill is anticipating supporting around 250 students this year as schools re-open after the long lockdown.

Items needed are:

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Gardening Tips ~ Using Straw in Your Garden

Last year one of our monthly speakers was a teenager, Emma Biggs, well known for growing tomatoes in downtown Toronto.  She spoke of how to grow them, get the best yield even in a small garden, and how to harvest the seeds to start the next season

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Gardening Tips ~ Garlic Mustard…. Oh Oh….

Writing about the invasive Garlic Mustard was to be a simple, therapeutic way to share my daunting experience of discovering and attempting to eradicate this aggressive plant.

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Children’s Summer Art Classes - at the Mill Pond Gallery

Two of the artists with the Richmond Hill Group of Artistsa are offering Summer Arts Programs.

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July/August 2021 Richmond Hill Group of Artists Virtual Gallery Show “Oh, the places you’ll go” – Dr. Seuss

There is optimism in the air as we head into the summer and our province is slowly reopening. We are looking forward to ‘going’ again.  Where will that be?

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4 Procedures to Train Cognitive Skills at Home or in School

Whether you're a teacher, parent or combination of both, there are procedures you can use to help train students' cognitive skills.

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