Herb Society planning special event

| May 9, 2014

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Three Rivers Herb Society is putting together a delicious and informative experience for the public.

The group will hold its 17th biannual herb fair from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 14, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 1500 Pleasant Valley Dr.

The day will include information on working with parsley, oregano, rosemary and basil and presentations on America in Bloom by Tim France, cooking with herbs by Chef Michael Cichon and vermiculture by Tammi Rogers, Master Gardener,

Cichon also will help the group prepare a meal to serve using fresh fruits and vegetable and of course herbs.

“We hope people get some education out of the day and then enjoy themselves eating exceptional food that is made from scratch,” said Marge Erman, who belongs to the group.

Attendees also will have the opportunity to participate in a basket and quilt raffle and win door prizes.

“The door prizes will be unusual herbs from what you normally think of,” Erman said.

The following vendors also will be at the herb fair: The Garden Patch, Birdhouses by Jared Michael, Teas by Amy Troyer, Soaps and Lotions by Christi Adelsberger and Candles by Julia Brown.

The cost of the event is $25 and registration is due by Wednesday, June. 4. Checks can be mailed to Lori Regula at 55203 TR 90, Fresno, OH 43824, along with your name, address, phone number and e-mail.

The herb society was founded in 1991. It currently has about 21 members who gather at 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at various locations. They typical have a presentation and discuss the culinary uses of herbs and also how they can be used in soaps and lotions.

For more information on the group, contact President Betsy Alverson at 829-2717.

Proceeds from the herb fair will be used for scholarships for area students going into horticulture or agriculture related fields.

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