Alan Skeoch, “Seeds are Tiny Miracles” Talk July 9th

Alan Skeoch, a local agricultural historian, will be a guest speaker at the Mississauga Garden Festival on Sunday July 9th.

Join us at Speaker’s Corner at the Bradley Museum at 11:30 am and again at 1:30 pm  for Alan’s talk “Seeds Are Tiny Miracles”.

Alan’s talk and all activities at Bradley are free to the public, 10 am-4 pm.

Mississauga Master Gardeners will hold an advice clinic 10- 4 at Bradley Museum, so bring your garden questions along on  July 9th

For more info, see MGF  Festival Highlights:

 http://www.mississaugagardenfestival.ca/festival-highlights/

Source: Alan Skeoch, “Seeds are Tiny Miracles” Talk @ MGF 11:30 am – Mississauga Garden Festival

Bradley Museum’s 50th Anniversary | Mississauga Culture, Free Event

Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bradley Museum! Enjoy birthday cake and old time lemonade as we say thank you to the volunteers and visitors that helped make the museum what it is today. Official ceremony begins at 11 a.m. followed by a cake cutting. Learn the history of the Bradley Museum including an opportunity to explore the Bradley house and current exhibition “like a conjuring (bringing water back to Bradley)”. All are welcome including furry four-legged friends.

Check out the heritage garden planted with vegetables that would have been know to 1800’s homesteaders

Source: Bradley Museum’s 50th Anniversary | Mississauga Culture