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Event OPEN to the Public

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FEATURED SPEAKERS:

John Scott Foster, Ph.D. – Saving the Monarch

Nicholas Staddon – The New American Garden & Landscape

Irvin Etienne – Natives Suitable for our Gardens

Amanda Smith – Treats for the Birds

Jim McCormac – Butterflies & Moths – The Darker Side

Registration Deadline July 31

Cost – $35.00

Your registration fee includes lunch, break refreshments and a seminar folder with speaker handouts.  

Please detach Registration form below and mail with payment (checks payable to HCMGA) to : 

Deb Hager

2003 Pleasant St., Noblesville, IN 46060

Registration Form for mailing


TEA IN THE ROSE GARDEN - Public Welcome!

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ENJOY TEA IN THE ROSE GARDEN AT THE HAMILTON COUNTY 4-H FAIR

Date & Time: Saturday, July 18 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location: Adjacent to the Exhibition Center

Directions (click here)

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Noblesville – Join the Hamilton County Master Gardener Association, Inc. for tea in their award-winning Educational Rose Garden during the Hamilton County 4-H Fair.  The HCMGA will host “Tea in the Rose Garden” from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 18 at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville.

The garden, which is open to the public at all times, contains 104 roses that were planted by more than 60 volunteers.  Educational labeling is provided for each rose, including the name, a photo and a QR code for more specific information.

Tours of the Educational Rose Garden will be available to provide information about the roses and to answer any questions fairgoers may have about growing roses.

HCMGA volunteers tend to many public gardens on the 4-H Fairgrounds and throughout Hamilton County.  Native plants, vegetables and herbs are all showcased in beds on the 4-H Fairgrounds.  HCMGA representatives for each garden will be available on Saturday, July 18 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. to share information about the plants and answer questions.  Interested fairgoers can pick up a map of the various garden locations at the Educational Rose Garden and make their way around the fair as they visit the different gardens.

The Educational Rose Garden was designed, built, and sponsored by the Hamilton County Master Gardener Association, Inc. For more information about the Educational Rose Garden, email or visit http://hcmga.org/committees/display-beds-4-h-grounds/rose-garden

The Hamilton County 4-H Fair is organized and sponsored by the Hamilton County 4-H Council, Inc. and Purdue Extension Hamilton County.  For more information on the 4-H Fair or the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service, contact Purdue Extension Hamilton County at (317) 776-0854 or visit www.extension.purdue.edu/counties/hamilton.