Free vegetable, flower plants available
WOOSTER — Community Action Wayne/Medina will have free vegetable and flower plants available for seniors, veterans, disabled, and low-income families residing in Wayne County June 18-22. Interested persons may pick up plants at Community Action, 905 Pittsburgh Ave., Wooster, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Customers will need to show photo ID and proof of eligibility.
Community Action receives flats of vegetables and flowers from local greenhouses in the county. It is through their generosity that this program has been so successful and is able to promote gardening within the community to help feed those in need.
History at Heartland Point
ORRVILLE — June 21 is the official start of summer — no matter what the thermometer reads — and Heartland Point has two remaining classes in the spring session.
The Axes That Built Wayne County will be Thursday, June 21, 6-7 p.m. Paul Locher, Wayne County historian and curator of the new Buckeye Agricultural Museum and Education Center, will share a collection of early axes and explain the significance of each in the opening of the wilderness and the region’s transformation to farming. Audience members can try their hand at hefting these formidable tools and experience what our pioneer forebears felt. Cost is $5.
The printed class schedule for the summer session will be inserted into the June 22 issue of OrrViews and will be available at Heartland Point.
The online class schedule is available now at www.heartlandorrville.com. Find class descriptions and convenient registration and payment options. Plus, learn more about the Heartland Education Community and its initiatives. Call 330-682-0200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.