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Category: The Meadow

Upcoming Meadow Work Day

The year is winding down and we are now seeing all the beauty of fall in the Meadow. 
We need your help in cutting back the season’s growth and preparing our Meadow for successful growth in the spring…Mark your calendars. 
We’re planning on meeting both Nov. 11 and Nov. 12, from 1-3 p.m. This gives you options if you can spare some time to help rake away this past season’s growth.
What to bring:
Yourself! 😊 But please let me know you are able to come. Don’t forget to wear clothing that keeps you comfortable. Also, the usual leaf rakes… That’s pretty much it… Well, also the smiles and laughter that usually come with our gatherings 😊

Come enjoy the sunshine in the Meadow!

Organizers are looking for your help to prepare the Meadow for beautiful seasonal growth of native wild flowers and other grasses. Two dates have been set aside for this opportunity to make a difference:
     Friday, May 19
     10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
     Sunday, May 21
     1-4 p.m
Feel free to pick a day and let us know how long you can lend a hand. You can sign up by sending a note to Riccardo Prudenti, prudenti@k-state.edu.
Learn more about the Meadow here.
Long view toward the Beach Museum of Art. Image courtesy of K-State Communications and Marketing.