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Past Events



Date City Venue
Tour: Gardening Guy
05/14/13 Windsor, VT Windsor Public Library
Time: 7:00pm. Great Flowers to Grow Including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties. Author and columnist Henry Homeyer will share PowerPoint slides of great flowers he grows, and share with you tips and tricks for success. Henry is a lifelong organic gardener will share tips on organic gardening. Free and open to the public.
05/14/13 Windsor, VT Windsor Public Library
Time: 7:00pm. Great Flowers to Grow Including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties. Author and columnist Henry Homeyer will share PowerPoint slides of great flowers he grows, and share with you tips and tricks for success. Henry is a lifelong organic gardener will share tips on organic gardening. Free and open to the public.
05/07/13 Moultonborough Bear Camp Valley Garden Club
Time: 2:00pm. How to Grow Better Plants Without Using Chemicals: Garden writer Henry Homeyer will explain how to improve your soil using natural ingredients, and how to deal with weeds, invasives and insects safely in a way that keeps the environment pristine – and gardeners happy.
Tour: Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet
04/18/13 Laconia, NH Laconia Public Library
Time: 4:30pm. Henry will meet with children and parents to discuss how to become an author and to share his new book, Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Henry will share his diaries from 1956 and 1958 with the children, and talk about how they can enjoy writing a little bit every day. Free and open to the public. Henry will have his book on sale and will be signing copies.
Tour: Gardening Guy
04/18/13 Laconia, NH Laconia Public Library
Time: 4:30pm. Author and columnist Henry Homeyer will share PowerPoint slides of great flowers he grows, and share with you tips and tricks for success. Henry is a lifelong organic gardener who does not use chemicals and will share tips on organic gardening.
04/08/13 Windsor, VT Windsor Public Library
Time: 7:00pm. Great Flowers to Grow Including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties. Author and columnist Henry Homeyer will share PowerPoint slides of great flowers he grows, and share with you tips and tricks for success. Henry is a lifelong organic gardener who does not use chemicals and will share tips on organic gardening.
04/07/13 Bellows Falls, VT United Church of Christ
Time: 1:00pm. Address: 8 School Street. Venue phone: (802) 463-4323. Growing Great Vegetables in 15 Minutes a Day. Garden writer Henry Homeyer will explain how you can install and maintain a 10 ft by 12 ft garden in your lawn that will produce plenty of healthy, nutritious food.
03/21/13 Londonderry, NH Leach Library
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 268B Mammoth Road. Venue phone: (603) 432-1100. “Growing Great flowers in New Hampshire”, along with a PowerPoint slide presentation.
03/16/13 Sunapee, NH Sunapee Protective Association Knowlton House
Time: 10:00am. Address: 63 Main Street. Henry will give a PowerPoint presentation, “Beyond Perennials”: Henry Homeyer will talk about ways to enhance the beauty of your property using hardscape, whimsy and woody plants. He will accompany his talk with slides, and will be available to answer questions. As always, he will have books and garden tools for sale after the presentation.
Tour: Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet
02/28/13 Concord, NH Gibson’s Bookstore
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 27 South Main Street. Venue phone: (603) 224-0562. Henry Homeyer will be reading from his book ‘Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet’
Tour: Gardening Guy
02/27/13 Stowe, VT Town and Country Resort
Time: 1:30pm. Henry Homeyer will talk about how to plan in the winter for your spring planting.
Tour: Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet
02/09/13 Windsor, VT Windsor Public Library
Time: 10:30am. Henry Homeyer will meet with children and parents to discuss how to become an author and to share his new book, Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Henry will share his diaries from 1956 and 1958 with the children, and talk about how they can enjoy writing a little bit every day. Free and open to the public. Henry will have his book on sale and will be signing copies.
01/17/13 Piermont, NH Piermont Elementary School
Time: 6:00pm. Henry will read from Wobar and discuss with children and parents how one becomes a writer. He will share his diaries written when he was just a boy, and talk about why it is nice to have records of simple daily activities – in his case, more than 50 years later. He will also talk about how we use our imagination to make writing interesting, and how children can start using their imagination to create works that others would like to read.
12/16/12 Chester, Vermont Misty Valley Books
Time: 2:00pm. Address: Main Street, On The Green. Venue phone: 802-875-3400. Henry Homeyer will be reading from Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Both Henry and Josh Yunger will be available to sign books.
11/17/12 Fairlee, Vermont Chapman’s Country Store
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 491 Main St. Wine Tasting by Artisonal Cellars. Hors d’oeuvres by Peyton Place. Woodworking by Keith Michelson, Chris Jones and Brain Tarleton. Book signing by Willem Lange, Bert Dodson, Henry Homeyer and Josh Yunger
11/17/12 Cornish Flat, New Hampshire George H. Stowell Free Library
Time: 10:30am. Address: 24 School Street. Venue phone: (603) 543-3644. Henry Homeyer will be reading from Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Both Henry and Josh Yunger will be available to sign books.
11/10/12 Saxtons River, VT Main Street Arts
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 35 Main Street. Venue phone: (802) 869-2960. The story of Wobar returns to the home of its conception. Henry Homeyer will be reading a section of Wobar in the town he first told the story!
11/10/12 Plainfield, New Hampshire Philip Read Memorial Library
Time: 10:00am. Address: 1088 Rt. 12A.. Venue phone: (603)675-6866. Henry Homeyer will be reading from Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Both Henry and Josh Yunger will be available to sign books.
11/07/12 Waterbury Bridgeside Books
Time: 4:00pm. Bridgeside Books is always pleased to extend an educator’s discount of 20% on all books purchased for the classroom. For these two nights only, Bridgeside Books will offer the regular 20% educator’s discount, as well as 10% off regular purchases. Attendees will also receive a complimentary Bridgeside Books book bag and can enter to win a $100.00 Gift Certificate to Bridgeside Books. Author, Henry Homeyer and Illustrator/Author, Josh Yunger, will be signing/discussing their recent books, ‘Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet’ and ‘Hippo and Monkey’.
11/04/12 Strafford Morrill Memorial Library
Time: 4:30pm. Author, Henry Homeyer and Illustrator/Author, Josh Yunger, will be signing/discussing their recent books, ‘Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet’ and ‘Hippo and Monkey’.
11/03/12 Wells River, Vermont Baldwin Memorial Library
Time: 2:00pm. Address: Main Street. Venue phone: (802) 757-2693. Henry Homeyer will be reading a chapter from Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. He will also be talking with children about the writing process. Josh Yunger will also be speaking about the illustrating process.
11/02/12 Saint Johnsbury, Vermont Boxcar and Caboose
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 394 Railroad St., Ste. 2. Venue phone: 802 748 3551. A joint event for Hippo and Monkey AND Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Both Josh Yunger and Henry Homeyer will be there!
10/27/12 Norwich, Vermont Norwich Bookstore
Time: 10:00am. Address: 291 Main Street. Venue phone: 802-649-1114. Henry Homeyer will read from Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet. Both Henry and illustrator Josh Yunger will be signing books.
07/18/12 Manchester, VT Garden Club
Time: 1:00pm. Growing Great Flowers for Vermont, Including Some Lesser Known Greats. Garden writer Henry Homeyer will share with you some of his favorite flowers and show slides of them. He will explain what each needs to succeed, and how to deal with pests and diseases without using chemicals.
04/03/12 Hollis, NH Lawrence Barn
Time: 10:15am. Address: 28 Depot Rd, Hollis, NH.. Soils, Where Good Gardening Begins: What you need to know to become the best gardener in your neighborhood. Garden writer Henry Homeyer will explain in simple terms how different kinds of soils work, and how to improve them for maximum effect using all organic techniques. He will tell you how to do some simple tests to determine the type of soil you have and how well it drains. Henry will also answer questions about any aspect of gardening.
03/17/12 Sunapee, NH Lake Sunapee Protective Association Knowlton House
Time: 10:00am. Admission: $10 donation. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 63 Main Street. Venue phone: 603-763-4789 ext 3. Meet Henry Homeyer—renowned garden expert, newspaper columnist, author and Vermont Public Radio commentator—to celebrate the start of a new growing season. Homeyer will demonstrate a sampling of his favorite garden tools and discuss how they can be used to make the most of your gardening practices. He will then answer questions and sign copies of his books, including his latest: Organic Gardening (not just) in the Northeast: A Hands-On Month-by-Month Guide. Following Homeyer’s talk, The Fells Landscape Assistant, Tressa Gaffney, will lead a workshop and on-site demonstration of proper pruning techniques and rejuvenation of neglected gardens. What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than to focus on the “green” season that’s just around the bend! This program, which is open to all, is the first of a six-part series of hands-on gardening workshops being presented by the Sullivan County Master Gardeners in conjunction with the UNH Extension Service (Homeyer is also a UNH Master Gardener). This opening session will meet at the Lake Sunapee Protective Association’s Knowlton House, 63 Main Street. Sunapee NH. (All of the remaining 5 sessions in the series will meet at The Fells Gatehouse Classroom, Lake Sunapee, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH.) Requested donation per person: $10.00 per session, or a donation of $50 to The Fells for the entire series. Advance registration required by March 9. To register, or for more information, call 603-763-4789 x3 or visit www.thefells.org.
03/03/12 Kingston, NH Sanborn Regional High School
Time: 1:30pm. Address: 17 Danville Road. Admission required for the all day conference. Go to http://www.nofanh.org/winterConference for details. “Eating from the Garden All Year” Henry will explain and demonstrate techniques for saving the harvest, from cool storage, dehydrating, and freezing. Don’t be a slave to the stove in August, canning all those extra tomatoes. Learn easier way to enjoy them all year.
02/24/12 - 02/25/12 Providence, RI Rhode Island Convention Center
Time: 7:00am. Admission: $18. February 24: Providence, Rhode Island Flower Show, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence. Admission Required for the show Tickets $18-15. www.flowershow.com. 12 noon: . A PowerPoint presentation: “Growing Great Flowers including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties”. February 25: Providence, Rhode Island Flower Show, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence. Admission Required for the show Tickets $18-15. www.flowershow.com. 12 noon: “Eating from the Garden All Year” Henry will explain and demonstrate techniques for saving the harvest, from cool storage, dehydrating, and freezing. Don’t be a slave to the stove in August, canning all those extra tomatoes. Learn easier way to enjoy them all year.
02/23/12 Norwich, VT Norwich Library
Time: 7:00am. “Landscaping for Wildlife using Native Plants”. Free and open to the public. Garden writer Henry Homeyer will discuss what plants to grow, and elements to include to encourage a variety of birds, butterflies, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals into your landscape. He will have his books on sale after the talk.
02/07/12 Hanover Howe Library
Time: 1:00pm. Address: 13 South Street, Hanover, NH 03755. Venue phone: 603-643-4120. A PowerPoint presentation: “Growing Great Flowers in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties”. Henry will give tips and tricks to help you grow great flowers from the elusive Himalayan Blue Poppy and Showy Ladyslippers orchids to easy favorites like Bee Balm and Iris. Refreshments.
02/02/12 Hanover Howe Library
Time: 1:00pm. Address: 13 South Street, Hanover, NH 03755. Venue phone: 603-643-4120. Growing Great Perennials: How to grow the classics and some lesser known beauties. Gardening guy Henry Homeyer will show slides of his garden and explain how you can grow showy ladyslipper orchids and Himalayan blue poppies – or just have better luck with roses, peonies and bee balm. As always, he will emphasize the importance of growing without chemicals, and will answer your questions.
01/10/12 Rutland, VT Mr. Twitter’s Garden and Gift Emporium
Time: 1:00pm. Address: Route 7 & McKinley Avenue. Venue phone: 802-773-0795. “How to Grow Great Flowers in Vermont Including Old Favorites and Lesser Known Beauties.” Henry will show slides and talk about the needs of the flowers. His books will be on sale and he will be signing them after the presentation.
09/16/11 Test Test
Admission: 15. Box office: 1221231234. Address: 123 Test St Paradise Falls NH. Venue phone: 1231231234. this is a test of the events section

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