Catasauqua Press

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Above: Children of all ages and their parents and grandparents pack the upstairs room of the Public Library of Catasauqua June 12 for the first of seven events for the library’s summer learning program. As a kickoff for the program, themed “Libraries Rock,” Catasauqua Garden Club members helped each of the participants plant a rock and flower garden in a container. Right: Garden club member Deb Above: Children of all ages and their parents and grandparents pack the upstairs room of the Public Library of Catasauqua June 12 for the first of seven events for the library’s summer learning program. As a kickoff for the program, themed “Libraries Rock,” Catasauqua Garden Club members helped each of the participants plant a rock and flower garden in a container. Right: Garden club member Deb
Press photos by Stacey KochAbove: Widlens Jean Jacques, of Catasauqua, adds more soil to his marigold. Press photos by Stacey KochAbove: Widlens Jean Jacques, of Catasauqua, adds more soil to his marigold.
Catasauqua residents Jen Burkhardt-Wininger and daughters Milah, left, and Riley Wininger, show off their planted flowers. Additional events will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays until July 31 at the Third and Bridge streets location.Press photos by Stacey Koch Catasauqua residents Jen Burkhardt-Wininger and daughters Milah, left, and Riley Wininger, show off their planted flowers. Additional events will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays until July 31 at the Third and Bridge streets location.Press photos by Stacey Koch
Garden club member Deb Mellish shows Molly Petruno, of Catasauqua, how far down to plant a marigold. See related Editor’s View on page A14. Garden club member Deb Mellish shows Molly Petruno, of Catasauqua, how far down to plant a marigold. See related Editor’s View on page A14.

Kicking off summer programs

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 by The Press in Local News