Green ideas seminars at library

Five upcoming free seminars will highlight some of the ways people can go green in their yards.

Five upcoming free seminars will highlight some of the ways people can go green in their yards.

Red Deer Public Library downtown branch is hosting the Looking for Green Ideas? seminars in June.

These free lunch hours seminars have various topics — Tree Pruning 101 on June 3, the city’s Waste Management Master Plan on June 4, Water Conservation and Rain Barrels on June 5, Naturescaping on June 6 and Composting at Home on June 7.

All seminars will be held in the Snell auditorium of the downtown library, except for the June 6 session, which will be held at the Dawe branch. The seminars will run from 12:05 to 12:50 p.m.

The downtown library branch is at 4818 49th St. and the Dawe branch is at 56 Holt St.

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