Coshocton is Blooming and Clary Gardens to host spring symposium

| April 25, 2016

COSHOCTON – To help citizens of Coshocton understand the importance of planting pride, Coshocton is Blooming and Clary Gardens are hosting a pubic symposium on Saturday, April 30 at Frontier Power. This all day event will highlight America in Bloom and review the evaluation from the visit of the America in Bloom judges in 2014. The six categories in the AIB competition will be discussed through CIB committee members and guest speakers.

The doors for the symposium open 8 a.m. Bill Hahn, one of Coshocton’s America in Bloom Judges and the arborist for the city of Akron, is the morning keynote speaker. Doug Parkinson is the afternoon speaker. He is a representative of Proven Winners, a company that provides flower seeds to greenhouse growers. The following six AIB categories also will be discussed: Urban Forestry, Landscaped Areas, Environmental Efforts, Floral Displays, Heritage Preservation, and Overall Impressions. The symposium will end at 4 p.m. with a recap of what is next for Coshocton.

This spring symposium will take place at the Frontier Power Community Room on April 30 with doors opening at 8 a.m. The cost is $30 per person which includes morning and afternoon breaks as well as a catered lunch. Space is limited for the symposium and registration is requested. For information, call Clary Gardens at 740-622-6524. Coshocton is Blooming is a non-profit (501C3) organization.

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