October 23, 2012
Weston Family Library
This popular series is designed for gardeners who want to learn how to use the Internet to enhance their gardening and horticulture knowledge. Participants use a computer in each class to explore on-line resources, search engines, social media and more. Computers will be provided, but please advise when registering if you can bring a laptop. All skill levels welcome. All sessions taught by Zack Osborne, TBG Head Librarian. […more]
Each session: Public $20; Members $15
Take one class in all three sessions and save 15 per cent: Public $50; Members $38
Session 2: Searching the Web
This session is designed for the research-oriented, answer-driven gardener. You will be exposed to a range of subject-specific databases and resources, such as horticultural libraries, plant-specific resources, on-line collections and advanced search strategies.
Tuesdays, September 25 to December 4 (no class October 16), 10 to 11:30 a.m. Ten sessions.
Get your energy flowing with easy breathing exercises that relax and energize your mind, body and spirit. Suitable for all levels. […more]
[PG12F25] Vera Stern
Public $160; Members $130
Drop in (September 25 only) and try it out!
Tuesdays, October 2 to November 13 (no class October 16), 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Six sessions.
Work at your scale of choice, from single leaf to landscape, while learning to mix and modulate the glowing colours of autumn leaves. Suitable for beginner to advanced in coloured pencil, and intermediate to advanced in watercolour. […more]
[PG12F31] Nellie Sue Potter
Public $235; Members $190
Want to learn more about tree planting, care and maintenance? This is the course for you!
Each session provides basic arboriculture training, including both indoor and outdoor instruction. You will put your newfound knowledge to use through interactive activities and a group tree planting. Presented by LEAF (Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests) in co-operation with the TBG. […more]
For more information, pricing, and to register: www.yourleaf.org | 416-413-9244