Northeast North Carolina Daffodil Society Spring Meeting & Artistic Design Class

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Participants learning to create show quality design arrangements at the 2015 NENCDS design class

Participants learning to create show quality design arrangements at the 2015 NENCDS design class

The Northeast North Carolina Daffodil Society in conjunction with the Currituck County Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners invite the public to attend the NENC Daffodil Society’s Spring Meeting and Artistic Daffodil Design Class on Saturday, February 27 beginning at 10 a.m. with a potluck lunch provided. Meeting presentations will include instruction on how to become an exhibitor or clerk volunteer for the 2016 Daffodil Show to be held in March. Lee Snyder, an experienced artistic designer, show judge, and member of the National Garden Club, will be teaching the design class. The design class will include supplies and instructions on creating artistic daffodil arrangements to be used at home or at daffodil shows. A supply charge of $5 will be required for class participation and registration is encouraged. All activities are being held at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Currituck County Center in the Auditorium. Come on out and join us for a little taste of spring with a day of daffodils and artistic design.
For more information, please contact Clay Higgins of the Daffodil Society at clayhiggins@centurylink.net or (252) 491-9268 or Sarah Watts, Agriculture Extension Technician at sewatts@ncsu.edu or (252) 233-2262.