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September 2015 Chapter Meeting

WHEN: Saturday, September 12, 2015

Plant Hormones and Why Our Plants Look the Way They Do


Ernesto Sandoval


Ygnacio Valley Library
2661 Oak Grove Rd
Walnut Creek


Noon - Pot Luck & Socializing; 1-3 PM meeting


Have you ever wondered why your plants have a sudden burst of growth after transplanting? Or how a plant knows to grow new parts when pruned or how a cutting knows to make roots? Or why you bury tomato plants? Find answers to these questions and others about why your plants grow the way they do during this informative presentation.

This event is free and open to the public.
Newcomers are always welcome -- Do bring a friend!

Meeting Agenda:
Noon - 1:00 PM - Pot Luck and Socializing
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Announcements, Sandoval presentation, plant drawing

Directions to the Ygnacio Valley Branch of the Contra Costa Library:

Via Hwy 24

Head Eastbound on CA-24 toward Walnut Creek, Take the I-680 N exit, keeping right to take the Ygnacio Valley Road exit. Turn right on Ygnacio Valley Road and travel 3.7 miles to Oak Valley Road, right to 2661 Oak Valley Road, Walnut Creek.

Via I-680 from the South

Follow I-680 N to Treat Blvd in Walnut Creek, Take exit 48 and continue on Treat to Oak Grove Rd (3,2 miles), right on Oak Grove Road to 2661 - about 3/4 mile.

Via I-680 from the North

Follow I-680 S to Pleasant Hill. Take Exit 49 for 6.6 miles, Take Bancroft Rd to Ygnacio Valley Rd - 2.4 miles. Left on Ygnacio Valley Rd to Oak Grove Rd, Right to 2661 Oak Grove Rd.

Map of Oak Grove Library and Vicinity

You do not need to be a CRFG member to attend although of course we hope you'll join.

FOR MORE INFO: Call (510) 672-0220
or e-mail Karen Andersen

Questions or comments? Send email to the Golden Gate Chapter.

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