It is officially spring and that mean more time outside! Spend your free time doing what you love – strengthen your body, engage your mind, and refresh your spirit. At South Suburban Parks and Recreation, you can do it all.
Whether you want to engage in your favorite activities or try something new, South Suburban Parks and Recreation offers a range of experiences, so you can seize life and live it to the fullest. Go ahead. Explore. Enjoy.
This month South Suburban Parks and Recreation is offering “Prune your Gardening Skills at Rose Pruning Workshop at South Suburban’s War Memorial Rose Garden"Pruning roses can be a thorny problem. Learn how to safely and properly care for roses by joining South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s horticulturist, along with help from area master gardeners and members of the Denver Rose Society, at a free rose pruning workshop on Sat., April 25, from 8 am to 12 pm at South Suburban’s War Memorial Rose Garden in Littleton.
Bring a sharp pair of bypass pruning shears and leather gloves for this hands-on training event. Knee pads are helpful. Light refreshments will be served as well as an opportunity to win door prizes related to gardening.
To register for the workshop, contact Larry Hurd, South Suburban horticulturist at 303-721-8478 or [email protected] The War Memorial Rose Garden is located at 5804 S. Bemis St., Littleton, across the street from Sterne Park. In case of inclement weather, the alternate date is May 2.
The War Memorial Rose Garden is dedicated to veterans who have served in any of America’s wars, and is one of only two All-America Rose Select designations within the State of Colorado. It features more than 1800 varieties of roses. What better place to learn how to care for our national flower. Preview the new interactive rose garden map http://arcg.is/1D2AbWs.
For more information and to check out other fun activities visit, www.ssprd.org