‘Evening with Ciscoe,’ March 24, moved to high school commons

“An Evening with Ciscoe Morris” has been moved from the San Juan Island Library to the Friday Harbor High School Commons.

The event is March 24, 6:30 p.m. Morris will talk about “The Good, the Bad, and Why Did I Ever Plant That?”

The event is co-sponsored by the San Juan Island Library, the Friends of the San Juan Island Library, the Master Gardeners of San Juan County and the San Juan Island Horticulture Society. Call the San Juan Island Library, 378-2798, to reserve a seat.

KING5-TV airs Morris’ gardening segments with Meeghan Black as well as his weekly show “Gardening with Ciscoe.” His book, “Ask Ciscoe,” was among the top-selling garden books nationwide. In addition, he has co-authored books on roses and perennials, and he also writes a garden column for the Thursday edition of The Seattle Times.

For information about other local gardening classes, call 378-4414.

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