NENCDS Spring Meeting and Artistic Daffodil Design Class

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The Northeast North Carolina Daffodil Society (NENCDS) in conjunction with the Currituck County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers invite the public to attend the NENCDS  Spring Meeting and Artistic Daffodil Design Class to be held at the Currituck County Center on Saturday, February 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The center is located at 120 Community Way, Barco, NC. Meeting presentations will include instructions on how to become an exhibitor and/or a clerk volunteer at the upcoming 2017 NENCDS Daffodil Show to be held on March 25, 2017. The design class, led by James “Jim” Fincher the long time NENCDS Artistic Design Chairman, will follow the presentations. The design class will provide supplies and instruction on creating show quality artistic daffodil arrangements to be used for display at home or at daffodil shows. A supply fee of $5 will be required for class participation and registration is encouraged. The event will conclude with a cold, finger foods lunch with participants encouraged to bring their favorite finger foods dish to share. So come on out and join us for a little taste of spring with a day of daffodils and artistic design.

For more information on this event or to register for the design class, please contact Clay Higgins of the Daffodil Society at or (252) 491-9268 or Sarah Watts of N.C. Cooperative Extension Service at or (252) 232-2262.


Ms. Nancy Fuchs instructing students at a past NENCDS Design Class